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Call Centre and Hosted PBX Services

Hosted PBX VoIP phone system without all expensive hidden costs! Running a call centre or having a team of sales personnel, each with their own phone lines, with connecting extensions can be very expensive!  Well with Open Telecom having a quality hosted PBX system and multiple phones lines will Save you money over your existing supplier. (we can also port existing geographic numbers to our netwo...
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What are NGN (non-geographic) numbers?

A non-geographic number is a type of telephone number that is not linked to any specific locality. Such numbers are an alternative to the traditional 'landline'numbers that are assigned geographically using a system of location-specific area codes. Non-geographic numbers codes start with 080x, 084x, 087x and 070x. Find out more...
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What you need to know about Wi-Fi calling

EE is the first UK network to build Wi-Fi calling into your phone, but what is Wi-Fi calling and why does it matter? From 10 April, UK phone network EE's new Wi-Fi calling service will let you make calls using a Wi-Fi connection when you don't have any cellular signal. Although it's not the first Wi-Fi calling service we've seen -- Skype and Google Hangouts, for example, already let you talk u...
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Free WiFi Internet Calling, Instant Messaging (beta) and VoIP prepay calls and with your Open Telecom Virtual Numbers!

As of January 24th, 2017 all Open Telecom customers, can now benefit from Free Incoming calls and Free Roaming on your 08 or 070 numbers. "Yes", any customer of Open Telecom using 08 and 070 numbers can now not only receive calls on your 08 and 070 numbers, but you can now use your 08 and 070 number to make calls too, using the Free Zoiper Mobile VoIP app download for Android and iPhone, which you...
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Mobile VoIP

With a mobile VoIP phone, cell phone users can enjoy more flexibility in calling times than a cellular voice plan provides, with fewer restrictions. VoIP mobile phone service means that a mobile VoIP user can make unlimited inexpensive or free calls using voice over IP technology at any time. Find out more.....
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On-NET and Off-NET

The terms 'On-Net' and 'Off-Net' are used to describe call or messaging types. 'On-Net' is used when your call or message originates on your home operator's network and terminates to another mobile number that resides with your operator. It does not matter if the person you are calling is using the home network or is off Island roaming with a different provider. 'Off-Net' applies when the call or ...
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