Business Phone lines

Whether your customers have a single or multiple sites, remote workers, legacy or cutting-edge technology, we can tailor our voice solutions to suit their specific needs.

 

With the support of Sensibill you are able to offer the following solutions to your customers:

 

– WLR3, ISDN2, ISDN30 and analogue lines
– Various care levels
– Full range of WLR3 features  
– Non-Geographic numbers (NGN)
– Choice of 01,02,03,08,09 numbers
– International NGN
– NGN portal (full partner and customer access)

 

Our on-line billing platforms also allows you to view your customers invoices, providing you with full visibility at all times, as well as giving you the ability to complete a full analysis of your customers spend. From the longest to the most expensive call, call durations and much more so you will always be aware of your customers billing activities.

 

IP Voice

 

Allow Sensibill to provide you with the latest unified communications features, delivered by our IP (Internet Protocol) Voice service through hosted PBX* and SIP** trunking services.

We will deliver the next-generation communications solutions that can really benefit businesses by enabling them to work more efficiently and flexibly as well as reduce spend.

 

SIP Services with an option to connect to a choice of vendors
Market leading Cloud based solutions working with SIP, ISDN2, ISDN30 and analogue lines on site or via a data centre
Auto-failover
Numbers ported from all main operators
Fraud monitoring
Great call rates
Resilient and reliable infrastructure

 

*A PBX (private branch exchange) is a telephone system within an enterprise that switches calls between enterprise users on local lines while allowing all users to share a certain number of external phone lines.

** The Session Initiation Protocol (SIP) is a communications protocol for signalling and controlling multimedia communication sessions. The most common applications of SIP are in Internet telephony for voice and video calls, as well as instant messaging, over Internet Protocol (IP) networks.