Hosted VoIP is an easier and more cost effective way to manage your telephony.
In its simplest sense, hosted VoIP (Voice over Internet Protocol) is a phone system that converts voice calls into data and transmits them over the internet.
Hosted in the cloud, it offers small and growing businesses enterprise-levelfunctionality, but without the corresponding price tag.
GEEX VoIP is suitable for businesses of any size with single or multiple sites. We can scale from the very small single office to multi-site networks or indeed large corporate headquarters, providing seamless, reliable, predictable and hassle-free levels of communications functionality.
Our VoIP service is run on BT’s highly resilient and secure next-generation network and provides the functionality of a high-end telephone system but with no physical on-site switch.
For those businesses with multiple sites, we provide ethernet circuits to ensure maximum call quality, securely linked by our virtual private networks (VPNs). GEEX VoIP call traffic bypasses the public internet entirely, ensuring absolute quality of service for your users.
Dramatically reduce costs
No expensive on-site equipment is required, meaning no costly maintenance, servicing or upgrades. Its future-proof allowing you to add or remove users as your business changes, without the expense or inconvenience of on-site engineer visits. Eradicate internal call costs with free calls between colleagues with free on-net calls whether they’re on mobiles or in the office. 5,000 minutes of calls to UK 01/02/03 numbers and UK mobile networks
Never miss a call again
Make your business more efficient and productive. Allocate one single number to users which can be used across all devices. So, whether you’re in the office or on the move, you can take calls on your desk phone, mobile, tablet or PC. Plus as an additional feature you can have missed calls and voice messages sent to your email inbox.
Peace of mind
To keep your business running smoothly in the event of a disaster, simply log in remotely to manage and divert calls from the office to employees’ mobiles or landlines, so your business can continue to be always-on.