The Business Phone service complements Toople’s broadband and mobile offering ensuring SMEs can accelerate their growth and stay connected, all at easy on the budget prices.
Toople.com’s new cloud based business telephony service is an outstanding service now available to small and medium enterprise businesses, and wholesale customers. Suitable for every conceivable industry sector, Toople.com has streamlined the offering so it’s easy for customers to choose exactly to their precise requirements. The service types are Toople Classic and Toople Premium. A customer can choose to include Polycom hardware in their package or to supply their own VOiP (Voice Over internet Protocol. Packages start from as a little as £5.99 + VAT per user, per month, and you can find them here.
Both services feature wide ranging benefits for the user, including call forwarding, IVRs, hunt group, auto attendant and caller identity control. Toople Premium differs from Classic in that a user receives an iOS or Android app that allows them to call from wherever they on their mobile, yet use their desk number.
What’s more as this is a hosted PBX service, this means no costly or space filling telephone exchanges are required; this telephony is handled in the Cloud and is as resilient as the traditional, some would say, out of date service. With this launch, Toople said it now offers a full, unified communications package to UK industry, and makes our FREE business broadband even better value and more effective.
"The launch of Toople Business Phone Service enables us to deliver complete unified communications to our small business customers. With free Toople business broadband and Toople mobile, we are excited about the complete solution we now deliver to small business," said Chief Operations Officer, Mark Evans at the service’s launch.
"Indeed we see the business phone systems becoming an increasingly important part of customer’s requirements. We believe it is a great value add for our existing customers and wholesalers and a superb feature for new customers. As we grow, the more we’ll be depended upon by the thronging SME market” commented Mr Evans.