3CX VoIP transforms businesses
Explore what 3CX VoIP can do for you.
With cutting-edge technology, the 3CX VoIP system will transform your business.
3CX saves costs and increases productivity.
The 3CX VoIP system is recognised for its cutting-edge technology and innovation. This IP-based PBX is software-based and carries voice communication and multimedia over Internet Protocol (IP) networks.
3CX is compatible with smartphones, and Mac and Windows laptops, which means you can take your office extension anywhere, just as if they were in the office.
3CX reduces call costs by up to 80%. There are fewer fixed telephone lines in use, and calls to remote extensions with the use of SIP trunks and WebTRC are free.
Reduction in travel
3CX’s Integrated Web Conferencing solution saves you both time and money. You can host web meetings and enjoy face-to-face communications no matter where in the world you or your client might be.
Inbuilt ‘presence’ feature
You can view the status of your colleagues, which saves time, avoids unnecessary call transfers or voice mail tags, and makes managing and working with remote employees hassle free.
As your business grows, you don’t want to waste money on telephone calls. Chances are you already have a fibre line, so it makes no sense to pay for internet and phone calls.
3CX can dramatically increase productivity, save costs and enhance your end-users’ experience, which will be beneficial for your business. In addition, VoIP will save you money whether you’re making short- or long-distance calls.
VoIP systems are available worldwide, which means you can log into your VoIP telephone as long as you have access to the internet.
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Frequently asked questions
PBX stands for Private Branch Exchange, which is a private telephone network used within a company. You can use the PBX phone system to communicate internally and externally using communication channels such as VoIP, ISDN or analogue. A PBX also allows you to have more phones than physical phone lines and allows free calls between users.
Voice over IP converts data, such as voice or video, into a digital signal that is transferred over the internet as digital data packets. To use this technology, you need a VoIP service or application to facilitate calls, internet access and a VoIP provider.
Unfortunately if you experience internet problems or power outages, this can cause your VoIP phone system to fail. Poor internet connection can also affect the quality of calls.