PBX (Private Branch Exchange) is a phone system used within an organisation to communicate in various ways. Users of PBX can communicate internally (within an organisation) and externally (outside an organisation) using communication channels like Voice over IP. Advantages of PBX include video conferencing, free calls between users, voicemail, call recording, call queues and interactive voice menus (IVRs). A PBX can be either installed on-site, or hosted at a service provider.
A hosted PBX (Private Branch Exchange) delivers all features as a hosted service. The advantages of a hosted PBX include no installation of hardware on-site and no hardware maintenance costs. Dedicated fibre link to national VoIP network, software based telephony network, extensions possible on PCs, iPhone and Android devices, free call to all users, no more telephone lines or hardware.
VoIP (Voice over Internet Protocol) is a group of technologies that transfers voice and multimedia content over IP networks. Users can therefore make voice calls over the internet using either installed hardware, or software installed on computers or mobile phones, such as the VoIP phone system, an open-standard, software based PBX that works with popular IP Phones, SIP trunks and Gateways.
Highly Competitive Call Rates
NCC’s call rates are highly competitive, and currently unmatched in the market. Call an NCC representative for a call rates sheet.