Can a Fixed Location Wireless Voice System Really Save My Business Money?Jason Siddall
The “I want it all, I want it now” mentality of the 21st century is not reserved for millennials or your best friend’s 3-year old. No, each and every business that wants to stay relevant and liquid has the same mantra – and rightly so. But, what does this have to do fixed location wireless voice services?
What Are We Talking About?
So, what exactly are we referring to when we talk about fixed location wireless voice services? And as a small business owner, is this in any way pertinent to your business?
To define a fixed location voice service is to know what it is not. It is not a service that depends on copper or fibre connectivity to your business.
It is a service whereby all your call traffic is placed directly onto South Africa’s fastest and furthest reaching cellular networks, providing you with excellent call quality, reliability and availability.
A fixed location wireless voice service can also offer PBX like benefits, such as:
- A single inbound trigger number
- Line hunting allowing multiple inbound or outbound calls on a single line
- Caller identification (no more “Private Number” calls!)
- Geographic number, as well as porting, capability showing an area code for a professional trusted brand presence
Can a Fixed Location Wireless Voice System Save Me Money?
While throwing out the old wired connection may seem more than a little counterintuitive when we’re discussing cost savings, there are sound reasons for doing so.
Let’s explore a few.
Even a small business needs a phone system. And for those of us who have walked this path, we know that the phones, the switchboard, the installation and the contract that ties it all together can be eye-wateringly expensive. Quite possibly the last thing you need as a growing business.
Huge Connect’s fixed location wireless phones provide a low cost, instant fixed-line replacement service, anywhere that a GSM signal is present.
It further reduces your monthly call costs significantly compared to traditional landline services.
We want to grow our business. No-one wants to stagnate, and therefore we are all looking for easy ways to scale up when the time comes.
The options available are to increase the number of phones or to acquire your own PBX, which will still be connected through this service.
No Down Time
We’ve all experienced that moment when the lines are down or the power is out, and everything just grinds to a halt.
The losses reported from power outages, stolen cables or degraded infrastructure have run into the billions, and it’s something that we have very little control over.
Thankfully, this issue is a thing of the past when you’re running your business on a wireless system. If there is a GSM signal, then it’s business as usual.
For these reasons (and more) it makes good business sense to spend less money on an excellent communication system, don’t you agree?
If you want it all, and you want it now, please feel free to scan through our articles on the subject or chat to our live support agent who can answer all your questions right away.