The Q Flexi Hosted PBX (also called Cloud PBX) is a complete business phone service utilizing the latest telephone technology: VoIP – Voice over Internet Protocol.
We maintain the equipment, host the service and handle all the upgrades for you. Our VoIP Hosted PBX is not only a cloud PBX which basically permits you to make cheaper calls via the Internet and reduce your phone bill by up to 40%; it is a full-featured Unified Communications (UC) solution that improves your global business.
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The last thing you want to do is spend tens of thousands of Rands on a phone system. With Wanatel Hosted PBX, there are no large servers or systems to purchase that losses value over time. Get a new telephone system without huge upfront capital.
With cloud-based VoIP, the central intelligence of the telephone system resides in a service provider’s secure data center. This means you only need to connect the end-user devices (such as phones and routers) to the internet to connect to Q Flexi. With Hosted PBX, there’s no need to buy, install and maintain an on-site PBX (private branch exchange telecommunications server).
Hosted VoIP PBX reduce your telephone bill up to 40%
Research performed with customers across all industries has revealed that we typically save our VoIP clients at least 30% on their phone bill.
Q Flexi Cloud PBX starts at R49 per month/per extension Except for this low monthly fee, you only pay your calls and remember the Wanatel call rates are very cheap. Wanatel customizes solutions for your businesses unique requirements, including multiple numbers, sub-accounts and SIP Trunks with unlimited simultaneous calls.
With Q Flexi Hosted PBX, your phone data is sent over the Internet and not over expensive traditional copper phone lines (although it can be received over traditional phone lines). Since you’ve already paid a flat rate for your Internet connection, you are not charged anything extra for the network delivery. Most of the time however you’re not calling a subscriber who is on VoIP themselves, but one who is making use of a regular PSTN telephone. For these calls, sooner or later your voice has to drop down to the traditional lines so that it can reach them. This is the reason why VoIP calls are not free but much cheaper.