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VoIP Telephony

ExaVoice is a hosted cloud-based system that uses your internet connection to transmit voice calls, ensuring no disruption when it comes to the PSTN switch off.
VoIP phone system


Our VoIP solution ExaVoice improves communication within your organisation and allows you to create a telephone system that works exactly the way you need it to.

Moving to a VoIP service now will future proof your organisation’s phone system and allow you to benefit from:

  • A centralised online-portal to manage your phone system
  • Ability for your staff to make calls using your number when they’re on the go
  • Automatic announcements if your organisation has to close
  • Peace of mind that there is emergency continuity in place for your phone system

ExaVoice  Comparison

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ExaVoice Extension
ExaVoice Basic
ExaVoice Office
ExaVoice Office Advanced
ExaVoice Everywhere
For classrooms – internal calls only
For occasional use in staff rooms
For administrative & office staff
For receptionists
For users who work across multiple sites
Handset (upgrade options available)
T31 VVX150
Polycom VVX150 & Yealink T31G
Polycom VVX150 & Yealink T31G
Polycom VVX250 & Yealink T43G
Polycom VVX250 & Yealink T43G
Inclusive UK calls
table no
table yes
table yes
table yes
table yes
Personal Voicemail
table no
table no
table yes
table yes
table yes
Softphone client
table no
table yes
table yes
table yes
table yes
Softphone client
Softphone client
Webex collaboration, Softphone client
Webex collaboration, Softphone mobile application client
Basic call logs, Internal calls only
Basic call logs, Basic call forwarding
Standard call forwarding and handling features,
three-way conferencing
Advanced call handling, Do not disturb, Remote office features simultaneous ringing
All previous user features available across mobile devices through mobile app
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Different types of license can be bought to make sure you pay for what you need. If you'd like a detailed quote, please contact our Sales team.

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If your line cannot support a minimum of 100Mbps, this connection is not for you. Gfast must meet the speed as a minimum. 

If your line meets this need, and you’re looking for an ultrafast, consistent and reliable connection without the hassle and upheaval of construction work – this could be a good fit.

It’s worth noting that Gfast is a stop gap to FTTP, and is not a technology that is likely to be around for a long time.

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As with ADSL, once the PSTN is turned off in 2025/26, FTTC will become virtually obsolete and at the very least you will require FTTP to remain connected.



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Monday: 8am – 5pm
Tuesday: 8am – 5pm
Wednesday: 8am – 5pm
Thursday: 8am – 5pm
Friday: 8am – 5pm
Saturday: Closed
Sunday: Closed

Is DSL connectivity best suited to you?

DSL connections offer very limited bandwidth so it might be right for you if you typically use the internet for less data-intensive tasks. If you’re sending emails, browsing the web, downloading very small files and working with small amounts of data – you should be fine with DSL.

It is worth noting connections based on copper wire, like DSL, will be switched off in the UK by Openreach, with a phased approach due to begin at the end of 2025. If you don’t have a fibre connection at the moment, you’ll need to upgrade this as well as move to a VoIP telephone system.

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