The right phone system is essential if you want to give your customers the best possible service. We offer all the options you need – and we’ll help you make the right choice.
Organisations have been using private branch exchanges (PBXs) for many years, to switch calls to extensions and external phone lines. Since Internet telephony (Voice over Internet Protocol, or VoIP) was introduced, the PBX has become an IP-PBX, which uses IP to carry calls.
If you’re still using an old-style Time Division Multiplexers (TDM) PBX with Integrated Digital Network (ISDN) connections, we can offer services that will help you move towards a new, more modern Session Initiation Protocol (SIP)-based telephone system.
If you’re already thinking about an IP service, we offer two types of PBX
If you’d like a service that supports the changing ways your people communicate, and which flexes with your business needs, we offer:
Vodafone OneNet Anywhere if you have 1-9 users
Vodafone OneNet Business if you have 5-250 users
Vodafone OneNet Enterprise if you have 350 users or more
Our Cloud-based PBX solution gives you:
A range of business features to suit your business – from simple telephony to full Unified Communications and collaboration
Seamless service across your fixed and mobile phones
Price per user, per month with minimal upfront costs
Cost savings from letting your old PBX and PSTN lines go, and having free internal calls from fixed and mobile devices
Resilient and robust service available wherever you have a connection
Simplified user management, new features when you want them and ‘zero touch maintenance’ – delivering the latest technology with no on-site disruption
Vodafone Managed IP-PBX
If you want a new phone system and would rather have an IP-PBX on your premises, our Vodafone Managed IP-PBX solution gives you:
A single number for your organisation even if your premises are geographically distributed – or you have no office premises at all
Scalability – so you don’t need a larger system when you hire new employees
Lower cost of ownership than a traditional PBX – but with greater functionality
Omni-channel communications – bringing multiple forms of communications together to support the way you work
Virtualised single directory and dial plan accessible from wherever you are connected