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Call routing to mobile

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Peter Stewart

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All my calls were diverted to my mobile and it was starting to cost a pretty penny.I then found a company for a one off payment which allows me 1000 free minutes a month, my bills dropped dramatically. If anyone is interested drop me a pm.



Peter
 
Adventurelife

Adventurelife

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All my calls were diverted to my mobile and it was starting to cost a pretty penny.I then found a company for a one off payment which allows me 1000 free minutes a month, my bills dropped dramatically. If anyone is interested drop me a pm.



Peter

On contract at present but we re-route a huge amount of calls to mobiles due to the nature of our business.

Changed from BT a year ago and half the bill but always interested in getting my costs lower
 
Canary Dwarf

Canary Dwarf

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This is becoming a problem for me, because I'm taking most of my calls on my mobile these days as redirects, but I think I'm just about to nail it. I have a landline, a VOIP line and a s60 smartphone. I also have skype numbers and non-geo, but they're unaffected by this scenario.

I'm about to install a full-time Voip switchboard, which will take incoming calls and route them them to both my land and voip lines. If I set up my mobile phone with SIP software, I can use my mobile as a numbered extension.

Because i work at home, this means I can route personal calls through it without getting disturbed.

The downside is that it means yet another PC on full-time, but if I stick an energy-efficient PSU into it, it will only suck under 100 watts, and I'll just have to plant some more trees.

The good thing is that I can then route calls to all the PCs on the network, which at the moment is three in constant use and one other occasionally, and any new S60 smartphones we get.

We've recently become authorised to install and train for the 3CX Windows PABX switchboard software, and have done some project management for Voip installations so I'm looking forward to setting it all up.
 
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325 for Telecoms & IT

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Hi,

There are a number of solutions to avoid or reduce these kind of costs, one solution will not fit all however and it is best finding the right product or service that suits you by shopping around.

If this or indeed your current Telco costs are an issue and you want to reduce these costs then I will be happy to assist. We provide solutions for reduction and/or offer different working solutions....we do not charge you any fees and will be happy to discuss how we cover our costs if you are interested.

Email me in the first instance and I will call you to discuss further.

Regards

Karen Rogers
Consultant
325 Consultancy
Telecom & IT services
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Tel 08717 37 0126
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