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Friday, February 22nd, 2013 to support Hull VoIP for calls

We are pleased to announced that we now offer broadband in Hull as an alternative to Karoo.

Our wireless system means you don’t need a phone line with KC or anyone else for that matter, their are no cables, exchanges to worry about. The service works very well with Hull VoIP and with the up stream having a high bandwidth it means more calls can be made at the same time using Hull Broadband


Tuesday, May 12th, 2009

VoIP on a NDS?

I have seen a lot of post regarding Nintendo or third parties writing software to enable the  NintendoDS to have VoIP capabilities. Why not? It has a mic, speakers and WiFi enabled perfect.

Thursday, October 2nd, 2008

VoIP Dual WAN Router <<< more info

If you have a large number of VoIP phones and you need more than one internet connection, say half on one connection and half on the other you might run into problems.

One connection might be used more than the other as the people on the other might be out of the office for the day.

This is where a Dual-WAN load balancing router would come in useful.  The router kind of bonds 2 connection together and evenly supplies PC’s, VoIP Phones

Monday, July 14th, 2008

VoIP / PSTN Dual phones

We can now supply Dual phones that can handle traditional PSTN and VoIP.

This is a good move for a bullet proof system from internet interruption. You have the choice and ability to make and receive both PSTN and VoIP calls on the same phone.

We have been able to supply the Siemens C460 IP DECT Phones but they were wireless (cordless) and not really office friendly in many ways. Corded or desktop phones that have both PSTN and VoIP capabilities

Friday, June 6th, 2008

Free Trial credit reduction <<< more info

The free trial we offer gives you a free number and line rental for one month. You then needed to add calling credit to test the service and was set at a minimum amount of £10.

This has now been reduced to only £3 to help encourage businesses to test our service.

“I thought it was FREE” Well imagine if we let everyone in the world have a free run of making calls at our cost.

£3.00 is a figure we found people

Monday, May 19th, 2008

Faxes sent and received with no extra Fax line or Fax machine<<< more info

Faxes sent and received with no extra Fax line or Fax machine.

We can provide a Fax to email service through your VoIP packages but haven’t offered Email to Fax. Yet!

This is now available as a service from Hull VoIP, so businesses will be able to recieve and now send faxes.

If you want a demo of both services please contact us.

Friday, May 2nd, 2008

999 Emergency calls work with HULL VoIP <<< more info

Their has been a few articles in the news about problems some companies are having regarding 999 emergency numbers and linking it to an address.

We have a system that logs the extension number to the users address where the call has been made. This has become a problem for emergency services, end users or /and other VoIP providers as their is no way of finding the true address of the VoIP caller.

Hull VoIP provide the assurance that you can use

Tuesday, April 29th, 2008

Land line calls on your lap top? <<< more info

HULL VoIP have been carrying out test with the new 3 Mobile Broadband. We have been successful and very pleased with the results we have so far.

Here’s the setup.

Sat in a bar or cafe with your laptop finishing off a few things before you get back to the office, and your laptop rings. Yes your laptop.

Using the mobility of the mobile broadband connection and a software program to enable you to make and receive your office VoIP calls. You might

Saturday, April 26th, 2008

Voice mail to email <<< more info

Did you know that our voice mail system uses a voice mail to email method?

This gives you the flexibility and ease of listening to your messages anywhere and even on your mobile if you have it set to receive emails. You can either have it set to just send you an email and pick it up when you check or for 7p get an SMS message telling who and when someone has left a message.

VoIP isn’t just about saving

Saturday, April 26th, 2008

VoIP has landed <<< more info

Voice over internet protocol (VoIP) telephony is no longer “next generation” telecommunications technology, a new report asserts.

A study from Grant Thornton indicates that the telecoms system does not represent the future, but the present – “it is here now”, says the company’s head of technology, Sarika Patel, reports Call Centre Focus.

“VoIP has disrupted the traditional value chain in the communications industry with the focus now falling on IP rather than traditional voice calls,” Ms Patel added.

Full Article HERE