Today’s businesses require the most economical and reliable services available, and with landline phone service being rapidly replaced with “bandwidth,” the technology is ever-changing. Online Technology offers broad options for your office phone service from top tier carriers, CLEC’s and resellers. Our service options include traditional single phone lines for small business phone service or local business phone service, T-1 service for multiple lines, PRI for larger users, VoIP (Voice over Internet Protocol) and even wireless connections. Our customers benefit from expanded calling areas, robust features, and plans that include “buckets” of long distance minutes, all on one convenient bill. We will help determine the carrier that best suits your needs and recommend the best business phone service plan – one that meets your requirements at the lowest cost.
PRI / ISDN service utilizes up to 23 channels of a T-1’s 24 channels for inbound and outbound calling, the 24th or “D” channel is used for signaling information and call control. Incoming calls can terminate either at a switchboard operator’s console or go directly to individual extensions. PRI allows more extensions from a T-1 connection than the number of channels on the T-1.
Dynamic allocation is an ideal option for customers who want to leverage the bandwidth on a T-1 to get maximum voice and data usage from their service. They can continue to use their present PBX or “key” phone system. This type of service allows the channels in the T-1 to alternate between voice and data as needs dictate. Voice calls are always given preference over data or other traffic. Let us help you decide if this service is right for you.
Voice Over Internet Protocol, or VoIP, is phone service that is created and transmitted as data. Premise based VoIP business service is controlled by an on site IP PBX system connected by a SIP trunk or data connection. A hosted PBX service is a virtual phone system that offers a wide array of features and flexibility and can be controlled through a web portal.
Businesses with multiple locations or who need the features of a PBX system without the cost of buying one are good candidates for VoIP. The flexibility and economy are also very attractive to companies looking to improve their service, cut costs, or both.
We represent a number of carriers that provide VoIP and Hosted PBX service. Our experience enables us to determine the best type of service for our customers and the best companies to provide the service and equipment that makes the service work.
SIP (Session Initiation Protocol) trunks or lines are IP or Internet Protocol lines that replace standard phone lines. They provide VoIP flexibility and economy for companies that need an on site PBX or phone system. SIP Convergence offers your business a combination of voice, Internet and networking services.
Today's growing businesses are always looking for ways to save time and improve the efficiency of their operations. With Unified Messaging, employees can receive critical fax and voicemail communications directly into their confidential email inboxes.
With the Voicemail to Email solution, important voice messages are automatically forwarded to your secure email inbox in .wav format, enabling easy access, archiving and playback of messages from any location. Businesses will also enjoy:
What is it?
Cheap Talkers is VoIP phone service. The service can be used with a standard telephone and uses the customer’s internet connection to add voice service to your Internet connection.
What does it do?
Cheap Talkers service provides local and long distance phone service at very affordable rates. With the optional Grandstream router, traditional telephones can be used and they will work just like they always have, except you’ll save money on every bill.
Who needs it?
Cheap Talker service is available to anyone with an Internet connection. Individuals, small office – home office applications are perfect for this service. Anyone interested in saving money on their phone bill will want to find out more about it.