Birmingham, United Kingdom, October 24, 2009 --(PR.com
)-- Free telephone hardware is on offer for small and startup companies willing to experience a pioneering new phone system that’s being rolled out in the West Midlands prior to a nationwide launch.
Two years of behind-the-scenes development has already demonstrated that the simple system is already superior to anything on the market.
The internet-based system is being introduced this month, in a huge expansion exercise by Walsall-based IT innovators, Cloud Net, who say they plan to spread the service across the UK within two years, bringing “cloud thinking” to telephones, without the huge over-heads and service provider complications.
Cloud Net say they are the first company in the United Kingdom to bring together the most powerful internet-based switchboard available, with a whole host of free services that will save the average business hundreds of pounds in overheads, with no capital costs, no depreciation and no maintenance. The company says users will experience levels of service unheard of up to now.
Entrepreneur David Hill, who’s company is based in Walsall, says he wants to initially help startups and small businesses as they are the sector that will get Britain moving again, but who face the highest charges for ‘phones.
“Unlike others who have tried integrating the public network with the internet, we have our own network and therefore have no middlemen to contend with. We are offering phone sysgtems that run on a high speed internet connection, reliably, simply and economically. Subscribers can even choose any number they want - for example, a London number,” he said. “Imagine, your office is in Bilston but you have a London number!
“This is a revolution in business telecoms - a completely free business system. It gives our subscribers free quality internet phones, completely free internet based switchboards, a free portal, free calls on our network and the monthly charges for lines or channels are dramatically low. It comes with the most amazing feature set plus guaranteed quality of service and help on demand. There is no capital cost to our customers, ever, and it’s always up to date.”
IT specialist Cloud Net has spent two years preparing the launch in the West Midlands and says it has solved all the inherent problems of poor service, poor quality and “crackling phones”, by using third generation hosted VoIP (Voice over Internet Protocol) and SIP (Session Initiation Protocol), commonly used for high quality audio and video conferencing).
“This system is ideal for the small business. The handsets can be unplugged anytime and taken home, and for those who have several people working at home, no-one outside will notice the difference; while workers can simply talk to colleagues free, with free calls to other network users too,” said David Hill, who is Chairman of Cloud Net.
Cloud Net will charge single users a fee of just £6.50 a month and low call costs, including a free phone; with corresponding charges for larger businesses. A business needing 5 phones will pay only £80 a month saving 40%, Those committing to spend just £500 a year will get calls capped at 5p an hour and 20p to UK mobiles.
“We are set to revolutionise the way the UK uses its telephones and instantly drive down the cost of running businesses. We have harnessed the power of the internet using the latest technology,” added David Hill.
One company already on the network, Walsall’s charity Breathing Space says it is enjoying dramatically reduced operating costs, with quality calls. while, Midlands-based Claims Master Ltd, says Cloud Net has given them an internet-based system with a “substantial” reduction in costs,
Further information on www.cloudnetuk.com, firstname.lastname@example.org or
01922 21 33 33.