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As a small business owner, you know that your phone number is essential to your business and you have invested a lot into it over time. Known to your existing customers and widely advertised to attract new ones, to be without it is unimaginable.

How does it work?

PhoneLine+ has been specifically designed to replace your traditional landline service using VoIP technology to deliver voice calls over the data network, all at a highly competitive price.

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Highlited Benefits

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Instant setup

All you have to do is sign up & PhoneLine+ will be delivered via email for you to download the app. After installation, you can immediately start making calls.

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Active anywhere

Make & receive calls from where you are, rather than where the phone is ringing. Available on mobiles, laptops, tablets and IP headsets.

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Easy to use

The user interface is designed with simplicity & familiarity in mind. Need help? Contact us or download user guides from within the app.

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Information at your fingertips

Store all your business essential numbers in one place, synchronise your contacts from your mobile and choose what to share with colleagues.

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Stay on top of changes

Make instant changes by altering your call handling preferences and availability. Edit your 'Away' functions and manage your voicemail settings all from a browser.

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Interested? Get in touch today!

We offer a free, no-obligation, cost comparison. During this, we will also present a technology upgrade option to future proof your business with the intended Openreach PSTN network switch off coming in 2025.

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Why do you need it now?

The legacy public-switched telephone network (PSTN) is being turned off. Keep your phone and number working by moving to the next generation technology, where voice calls are delivered using your internet connection, through the Voice over Internet Protocol (VoIP) network?

If you already have a broadband service, then it is likely that it will be able to support PhoneLine+, keeping disruption to a minimum.