Every Device can now be an Extension of Your Business Number

Updated: January 06, 2011

Natterbox, a pioneer of cost effective telecommunications solutions within the hosted voice and VoIP sector, is now making it easier than ever for businesses to stay connected by offering a service that can programme any device as an additional extension.

Natterbox's hosted PBX service allows any device, whether it is a landline, a mobile or even a computer, to be used as an extension of a business’ telephone network. Organisations can route any telephone call, whether it is an incoming external or an internal call, to a single user or to multiple voice devices at once. Calls received are handled as if they are typical transfers to another office extension, meaning the caller on the other end will be seamlessly patched through to any type of device, anywhere in the world without noticing the difference.

The service is particularly beneficial for those people who are always on the move. A user’s office extension, mobile phone, home line and PC can all ring at the same time, helping to make sure a call is never missed. The hosted voice platform from Natterbox requires no hardware or software to be installed for the organisation, ensuring it is also a cost effective service.

Another feature which allows users greater flexibility is mobile voicemail. Users are able to access their voicemail from any phone line across the World. The ability to access this information from any location exemplifies how this technology has improved in recent times, making the telecoms market more accessible and easy to use for businesses employing these services.

Neil Hammerton, CEO of Natterbox, said: “The telecoms market has advanced at such a rate over the past few years and there is a need for businesses to access a whole range of innovative features. For example, call forwarding, one of the many building blocks within the full Natterbox service, allows calls to be automatically forwarded to multiple destinations. Whether it is in an overseas office, a home phone, a mobile or a PC, the destination simply becomes an extension of your main business line.

“Advances in telecoms, like this feature from Natterbox, are helping to make life easier for businesses. Making telephone systems easier to understand and manage as well as being much more cost effective than traditional means, means that companies no longer have to worry about losing customers, any business partner can be reached on an extension, anywhere in the world.”

Natterbox delivers the most cost effective and useful telecoms solutions possible to its clients. With the installation of Natterbox’s software, clients are able to easily manage the many value-added features available and therefore deal with telecoms in a hassle free manner. Implementation of a Natterbox system makes business telecommunications easier to use at a low cost.

For more information, please visit natterbox.com

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