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About Business VoIP Systems

Business VoIP Systems forms part of Nomis Connections Limited – an independent supplier of telecoms services and solutions throughout the UK.

With over 40 years experience in the industry as a telecoms provider, we act as an aggregate supplier for your communications solution – giving you one point of contact for all your telecoms needs.

Business VoIP Systems is a leading information and advice website that specialises in hosted VoIP, SIP Trunking, business broadband, call management and business numbers.

Business VoIP Systems has been created to raise awareness of the power of VoIP in business, as we watch it overtake legacy telecoms technology and move into the position of being the favoured solution for businesses of all sizes. This development is not only due to VoIP’s affordability, but also its flexibility and scalability in the business world.

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As well as honest, professional advice, Business VoIP systems can also help you find the right VoIP solution through our comprehensive VoIP comparison tool. A few simple questions can give you the solution that changes the way your business communicates forever.

What is VoIP?

VoIP stands for Voice over Internet Protocol. It is the term given to a telecoms service that makes and receives phone calls over the internet.

VoIP has existed since 1995, originally as a communications tool between PCs. Since this point, VoIP has grown exponentially in both business and consumer markets.

Nowadays, business VoIP systems provide a viable alternative to traditional comms methods for companies of all sizes, across a multitude of industries. VoIP development has been bolstered by the invention of cloud computing; platforms for Hosted VoIP and gateways for SIP Trunking now link with the Public Switched Telephone Network (PSTN), connecting VoIP users to the rest of the world.

Types of VoIP

  1. Hosted VoIP

    Hosted VoIP gives your business a VoIP system that's hosted in the cloud, managed through an online portal and gives you the ability to work from anywhere.
  2. SIP Trunking

    SIP Trunking provides your business with the ability to make and receive calls over an internet connection using your in-house phone system.
  3. Call management

    Incoming calls can now be managed in the cloud. A call management platform allows you to control incoming calls before they enter your phone system.

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