VoIP News: February 2012
Businesspeople in the modern age are often used to travelling around the world to meet clients, tie up new deals and promote their offerings to a wider audience. It makes sense that many will want to keep in touch with their colleagues in the UK in order to catch up on the latest developments and inform them of their progress, so selecting the most efficient and cost-effective telecommunications solutions is likely to be a priority for the majority of bosses.
Posted on: 2012-02-29, in: General VoIP
Companies operating in Cornwall have been handed a boost in terms of the speed of their business broadband. Superfast Cornwall, which is the body formed by the partnership between BT, Cornwall Council and the European Union, has confirmed a quarter of all buildings in the county now boast the high-speed technology, reported This is Plymouth. That means some 66,000 premises – both residential and commercial – can enjoy fast internet.
Posted on: 2012-02-29, in: Broadband
KC, the telecommunications services provider based in Hull, has been selected for a contract to carry out approximately 50,000 calls a year. The firm has signed a £1. 3 million deal with Social and Market Strategic Research (SMSR) to conduct its telephone surveys, reported the Hull Daily Mail.
Posted on: 2012-02-28, in: General VoIP
Many consumers will pay too much for the internet required to power voice over internet protocol (VoIP) via a mobile when abroad, according to one expert. Conrad Longmore, editor of Mobile Gazette, said something must be done to trigger a reduction in the cost of consuming data while on foreign soil. "In the interests of good customer service, mobile networks should prevent customers running up enormous bills when travelling abroad," he stated.
Posted on: 2012-02-27, in: General VoIP
The government has been urged to step in to ensure business broadband in the UK's rural areas is given a much-needed boost. Sarah Lee, head of policy at the Countryside Alliance, said the organisation's members are reporting poor and non-existent connections across the country. She told the Telegraph that the lack of high-quality broadband in green spots is a "major problem" and must be addressed.
Posted on: 2012-02-24, in: Broadband
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