With the NBN not always meeting expectations and high installation costs for Fibre, businesses are looking fast and reliable internet alternatives. One such service is fixed wireless, but what is it and could it be right for your business?
What is fixed wireless?
Fixed wireless is an internet solution that works...Read more
Over 300,000 businesses in Australia use a 1300 number since it adds a professional appeal and credibility to a business. And if you’re looking for a 1300 number but have no idea where to get it and what it does for your business, then here’s everything else you need...Read more
Team collaboration and communication within the business involves various touchpoints–from phones to desktop computers, tablets, landlines, and social media. Keep up with the conversation and stay connected with a system that unifies all these into one platform. This is none other than Unified Comms. But what exactly is Unified...Read more
With over $51 billion already invested in the NBN, the rollout has yet to be completed across the country. And some people still have no idea what it’s all about. In case you’ve yet to be affected by the ISDN disconnection and shift to the NBN, here’s everything you...Read more
You’ve probably heard of VoIP and Unified Communications and have mistaken one for the other. While they might appear to be similar, these two are incredibly different. So, what exactly is the difference between VoIP vs Unified Communications? Plus, is one better over the other?
What is VoIP?
Getting people to call your business won’t be a problem if you’ve already got a 1300 number. A 1300 number is a ten-digit number that customers can call anywhere, anytime. Calls made to a 1300 number can be routed to a landline, mobile, or office phone.
Apart from being easy...Read more