Making the switch to VoIP (Voice over Internet Protocol) enables small and medium-sized (SME) business owners to realise a host of additional benefits from their new IP-based voice and data communications system, of which cost savings is just one. “Lower communications costs are the single biggest driver for companies looking to adopt VoIP with average savings coming in at around 45% of current phone bills.
Johannesburg — AN independent voice and data provider has welcomed further implementation of the principle of number portability as envisioned in the draft number portability regulations currently under review in South Africa.
The further implementation of the principle of number portability as envisioned in the draft number portability regulations currently under review is a welcome additional step in the liberalisation of the South African telecommunications sector.
Broadband provider Otel Communications is offering gated communities what it claims is South Africa’s most affordable voice rate.
Gated communities in South Africa have been urged to consider switching from copper to fibre to enjoy affordable internet and voice rates. A gated community is a form of residential area or housing estate containing strictly controlled entrances for pedestrians, vehicles, and often characterised by a closed perimeter of walls and fences.
OTEL Telecoms’ Internet via LTE adds another layer of reliability to voice-based business communication that remains an important part of daily commercial life.
A quality VoIP (Voice over Internet Protocol) experience enables business owners to benefit from more than just low call rates. “Cost is the single biggest driver for companies looking to adopt VoIP but they shouldn’t stop at rands and cents reasons to go the IP route,” says Rad Jankovic, CEO of independent telco Otel Communications.