Our types of voice system
Receiving calls into your business is bound to be important, and having the best voice system to facilitate this will save your company time and money. At FutureTel, we offer three different types of voice system: analogue, ISDN, and SIP, and are happy to help you to decide which one is the most useful and cost-effective for your business.
Analogue lines are ideal for your business if you only require one channel for your calls, and are often essential for broadband services and card machines. If you are setting up a new business and require analogue lines, we can review your situation and advise you on how many you will need. Should you be running an existing business and have questions about your current analogue lines, we’re happy to talk to you about how to get the best out of your set-up.
These lines might be all that you need if you simply want to make calls on standard phones, alternatively, you might like to take a look at the features offered by ISDN and SIP lines to see if these are more suitable for your company.
ISDN, or Integrated Services Digital Network, is usually the go-to voice option for businesses due to its functionality. This service offers high quality phone calls and enables you to have multiple call channels, so that you can take more than one call at a time. If you think that ISDN is the best option for you, we can advise you on which type suits your particular company so that you know that you’re getting the right set-up, and we’ll ensure that it’s cost-effective too.
Session Initiation Protocol (SIP)
For the latest in voice services you should choose SIP. With lots of great features to offer, including low call rates, disaster recovery, and low monthly service charges, SIP can save your business money while helping to increase productivity among your employees. In addition to this, SIP enables us to queue your calls should all of your operators be busy, and you can even play your customers marketing messages or hold music while they wait.