VoiceOne Asia offers your company end-to-end VoIP solutions
Voice over Internet Protocol (VOIP) is a way to reduce cost made by long distance calls. The technology is not really new but here in the Philippines, it’s not that widely used. If your company frequently makes calls in the province or abroad, better think of investing on VoIP to reduce communication costs.
Instead of connecting to your telco network, all you need is to connect to the internet to place calls to your company numbers. Pretty easy to do on most mobile phones today that has means to access the internet. 3G connection is cheap and most international airports have free WiFi so in effect, you are making cheap or free calls to the company even if you’re outside the country.
VoiceOne Asia is the first and only end-to-end VoIP service provider in the Philippines. They offer cheap, yet industry grade fully-integrated IP Communication Systems. It doesn’t matter if you have a simple PABX system in place or high-end systems from Avaya, Cisco, Alcatel-Lucent, etc., VoiceOne Asia can implement their IP Communications System on top of yours so you don’t need to invest in new equipments. Their monthly fees are 30 to 50% cheaper than getting an analog-digital system from our usual providers.
Through VoiceOne Asia’s SIP (Session Initiation Protocol) Trunking, out-of-office personnel can always be assured of a way to connect with their headquarters even when using their personal gadgets such as wifi-enabled mobile phones, PDAs, laptops, desktop PCs, softphones, and IP Phones. VoIP also offers converged communications which means voice, chat, email, and video conferencing capabilities are made available by a single provider.
“Using VoIP technology will help enterprises achieve an edge over competitors when it comes to business communications. Bid and small business alike can enjoy strengthened communications with reduced costs leading them to better operations and helping them dominate their respective markets for a very long time,” according to Mr. Cyril Rocke, President and CEO of VoiceOne Asia.