Asterisk hosted Voice over IP (VoIP) PBX solutions for small businesses using SIP to deliver voice calls. Features include call recording and IVR prompts.
From £150pa before call charges.
Contact Us - Where possible we will set up a free trial at your premisis (with no obligation before or after).
We offer a free audio conference call service to our clients, accessible via 020 3603 3575 and sip:firstname.lastname@example.org 24/7/365. Client are each assigned their own PIN to ensure only authorised calls are bridged.
We can deliver an Internet Protocol Private Branch eXchange (IP PBX) quickly using the latest Asterisk and SIP technology. With no license fees payable and upgrades freely available this is less expensive upfront and in the long term.
The traditional equivalent PABX cost for comparison ranges from £130-£250, without handsets or installation and will need to be replaced as you grow and need additional functionality.
If you're just here looking for an estimate we use £200/ext to quote VoIP PBX setup work, ideally we'd have more information and give you a quote based on your requirements.
Starting out? Need a telephone system that can be implemented cheaply and that will grow with you.
Established? Maintenance contract charges and effort to adding functionality to your existing PBX high?
If you already have an Asterisk solution and are looking for support we can help.
Some of these features are typically found only as expensive addons or on high end systems, we can make these available on any solution we provide.
If we provide you a hosted IP PBX solution you will need a VPS. Once you have this you can use it to host your website, email or even a LAMP-type web application.
We follow these guidelines when setting up a hosted PBX.
Call recording is technically easy to implement with Asterisk, There are number of legal issues to be aware of, CIS will not provide informed or binding legal advice beyond noting that the Data Protection Act is the main governing Law in the United Kingdom.
There are many online reasources discussing this.