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Topic # 223912 24-Oct-2017 11:39
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Hello

We have a small office with 3 desk phones all sharing 1 telephone line.
We want to switch to VOIP and have existing Spark Fibre with Huawei 659B.
We want to divert calls to the landline which are not answered to a mobile phone (Skinny network)
during business hours 9am - 5pm monday to friday.

Can anyone recommend a provider for this configuration?

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  Reply # 1888462 24-Oct-2017 11:42
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We can do all of that, have sent you a pm with a few details.


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  Reply # 1888463 24-Oct-2017 11:45
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This is certainly something that we can help with as well. Our mobile call rates are $0.09 /minute.

 

Flick me a PM and I can give you a more in-depth idea.


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  Reply # 1889016 24-Oct-2017 22:34
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VOIP normally supports more than one incoming call at once - if you have VOIP apps on mobiles or tablets or laptops connected to your network, you can pick up such calls even if your one landline phone is busy.  So you would only need to divert to mobile if there was no-one in the office to take a call.


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  Reply # 1889071 25-Oct-2017 07:16
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Your requirements are something any phone or VoIP provider can offer.


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