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Voice services

Voice services are a must for any business, whether you just need a phone at your desk or want a dynamic office. The ability to reach customers and partners at any time and make effective conversations can be crucial for your operations.

SoftNET delivers next generation voice services that can be integrated into existing business systems and are highly reliable. With rich productive features they offer a superior experience. Simplify your communication platform with SoftNET VoIP services.

Why do companies choose VoIP?

SIP trunking

SIP trunking

SIP Trunking (Session Initiation Protocol) is a flexible IP telephony service that simplifies IT operations. It enables cost savings (up to 40% compared to traditional phone services) and no more headaches of managing multiple PRIs and networks. 

IP centrex

IP centrex

IP Centrex is a great voice solution with significantly lower capital investments costs. It allows customers to have and use features that are typically associated with a PBX without the purchase of PBX switching systems. IP Centrex is fast being recognised as a flexible and cost-efficient alternative to maintaining an onsite PBX. It brings benefits such as direct integration, scalability, risk reduction and more.

On site IP-PBX

On site IP-PBX

On site IP-PBX is an excellent solution, that supports all functionalities of classic telephony and offers much more. It significantly cuts telephony costs, especially to those companies, who have offices in different countries (there is no costs with communication between offices in SoftNET network, besides other international calls are lower up to 50%).

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