Phone Lines

Cost Relief

Streamlined and efficient offers will bring value over ridiculous traditional PSTN call rates that have unrealistic charges for local, long distant, mobile and international calling. Your customers can cut their phone bill by up to 50% in most cases.

Immediate ROI

Cloud Telecom’s investment in local infrastructure means your organisation does not have to undertake substantial tech investments and not appreciate timely returns on investment. Partnering with us will give you access to well established SIP technology that makes you money from month 1.

Consolidation of your Network

Perhaps the biggest cost saving tools and headache saving benefit is that SIP allows for voice and data to tie into one single network. This will naturally increase bandwidth demands, but with speedy advancements in fiber-optic Internet Connectivity this should greatly improve the customers experience.

Less Physical Infrastructure

Expanding traditional phone services are costly and require a huge investment in infrastructure. Cloud Telecom’s SIP allows phone lines to be added and handsets to be provisioned as long there is a secure a reliable data connection.

Mobility

Through the CT mobile app, Cloud Telecom SIP enables your customers to connect mobile devices and makes them fully reachable via a single or dedicated business phone line wherever their jobs may find them.

Move around the Globe

SIP supports fast growth around multiple geographic locations. Cloud Telecom’s infrastructure and global reach ensures traveling employees can make use of the platform and all its features providing they get connected to a Wi-Fi or IP network in the host country.

Management made simple

Easy access to our management and admin portals which allows the flexibility to adjust call routing, change extensions, add handsets and more on demand. No more filing of tickets and calling off shore call centres for help.

Retail Rates (Ex Vat) 

FREE

On-Net

40c /min

Telkom Fixed

 50c /min 

Neotel Fixed 

50c /min 

All Mobile Networks