Kiwi VoIP Business Phone Systems offers your Company the latest technology in Business telephone communications and provides you with features never before available at such competitive prices. From 1-500 extensions Kiwi VoIP are experts in providing hassle free Asterisk based PABX phone systems fully customised to your companies requirements. Kiwi VoIP uses Asterisk technology to provide impressive benefits and features usually only available in systems at twice the cost.
Some of the benefits
Significant savings on call charges ( up to 60%) in most cases
Competitive hardware cost
Prompt service and support
Reliable and long lasting
Easy to install yourself, or we can do it for you
Some of our features
Business Messages whilst on hold
Music on hold
Do not disturb
Free multi location calling
12 month total replacement warranty
Who are Kiwi VoIP Business Phone Systems?
Kiwi VoIP has been in business since 2004 and has been steadily developing leading edge PABX technology for Digital phone systems using Asterisk technology. The founding partners have been passionate in their quest to produce the best Business Phone System in Australia and have now accomplished that task.
Kiwi VoIP have enlisted the services of leading software developers and technical engineers to create the suite of options and features built in to the Kiwi VoIP system, there is not much that the Kiwi VoIP system cannot do for your business communication.
The Kiwi VoIP Business Phone System is now available to you at an unbelievably competitive price with many features only found in a few phone systems costing a lot more. Not only does the Kiwi VoIP system have many amazing benefits and features it also is far cheaper to operate than a traditional system with call savings up to 60% and more. Kiwi VoIP prides itself in delivering cutting edge technology, amazing service and hassle free operation of its Business Phone Systems.
Kiwi VoIP Business Phone System product features
Kiwi VoIP Business Phone systems are packed with features that will astound you and make your Company run more efficiently whilst saving your Business money in the processâ€¦
Digital Receptionist ( 3 options)
Voicemail direct to inbox
Music on hold( selection supplied)
Do not disturb
Out of hours messages
Click to dial from Outlook
12 months replacement warranty
Kiwi VoIP Customer purchasing process
1.Discuss your requirements with your Kiwi VoIP Representative and fill out detailed technical and features form. A return call is made to present the quotation to you.
2.Kiwi VoIP Representative will discuss your requirements with our technicians and prepare a detailed Quotation for you.
3.Representative will present quotation to you
4. If quotation is accepted by you the order is signed and a deposit of 60% is paid. Note ( Kiwi VoIP can provide finance)
5.Kiwi VoIP technical department contacts you after a few days to arrange installation and training.
6.Balance of payment (40%) is paid by you once system is configured and ready for delivery.
The Kiwi VoIP Business Phone System will give your Company years of trouble free and reliable performance.
For your further readingÂ and information we have the following
Can you quickly explain what VoIP is?
VoIP stands for â€œVoice over Internet Protocolâ€. VoIP phone service, sometimes referred to as broadband phone service or digital phone service, is a phone service which operates using your high-speed Internet connection. There are mainly two kinds of VoIP services: phone-based and computer-based. These services allow you to make phone calls using either your regular phone or a computer headset with a microphone, respectively. As opposed to a traditional landline, when you use your phone or computer to call a number the call is sent over the Internet instead of over copper wires running out of your house.
How does one place or receive a VoIP phone call?
With a phone-based service you would use VoIP the same way you use a regular landline, by picking up the phone to answer it or dialling a number to place a call.
Can I call any phone or just VoIP phones?
Most providers allow you to call any phone number in the world, whether that number be a local, long-distance, mobile phone, or international number. Additionally, you may be able to speak with more than one person at a time using a feature typically titled either â€œConference Callingâ€ or â€œThree-way Calling.â€
How is the voice clarity?
The quality of VoIP voice has dramatically improved over the past few years, reaching the quality level of a landline phone and sometimes even exceeding that level. However, voice clarity may differ from provider to provider and will also depend upon the speed and quality of your broadband connection. Before signing up, you may wish to consult other VoIP users by visiting either our forums or the user reviews for each specific provider.
Do I need a computer to call?
No, you do not need a computer for phone-based VoIP services. An adapter (often provided free of charge by the VoIP provider) connects the phone to a high-speed internet connection. A computer can be helpful to utilize and manage different features offered by the provider; however, it is not needed.
What differences are there between making a local call and a long-distance call?
In terms of technology or how you dial the number, there are no differences. Call charges, however, vary from plan to plan. Rates for long-distance calls are usually quite low. Furthermore, many VoIP providers offer unlimited long-distance in which case the calls are free.
Can you give me a technical overview of VoIP?
As the name implies, Voice over IP refers to calls that traverse networks using Internet Protocol (IP). The voice stream is broken down into packets, compressed, and sent toward its final destination by various routes (as opposed to establishing a single, ‘permanent’ connection for the duration of the call as with a traditional phone line), depending on the most efficient paths given network congestion, etc. At the other end, the packets are reassembled, decompressed, and converted back into a voice stream by various hardware and software elements, depending on the nature of the call and its final destination.
What can a VoIP phone do that a landline phone cannot?
A VoIP or broadband phone service can help you save up to 70% of your monthly phone bill. VoIP providers offer many features which are covered in the monthly fee, such as voicemail, caller ID, three-way calling, and call waiting. Furthermore, most providers offer unlimited calling to other subscribers of the same service, allowing you to talk to those users for as long as you wish at no additional cost. VoIP service is best suited for you if you can relate with any of the following comments:
- “I have a high speed internet connection and would like to lower my phone bills.”
- “I make expensive long-distance or international calls and would like to reduce those costs.”
- “I run a small business and phone bills make significant part of my overhead.”
- “I like the convenience of taking my number with me as I travel anywhere in the world.”
- “I’d like to utilize attractive features such as conference calling, choice of any area code, voice mail, caller ID, call waiting, etc.”
What are the disadvantages of VoIP phone service?
Some VoIP services do not work during power outages and the service provider may not offer backup power. Also, some providers do not give you the option to list your number amongst the white pages of your phonebook.
Does it come with 911?
Although most providers offer “Enhanced 911″ (E911), it may be difficult for some VoIP services to seamlessly connect with the 911 dispatch centre or identify the location of callers using VoIP. If you are troubled by this, you may wish to consider VoIP as an additional phone service instead of an alternative to a traditional phone line.
Can I keep my number?
Most providers allow number portability so you can use the same number which is given by your traditional phone provider.
Can I get a number of an area code other than mine?
Yes, your VoIP provider may permit you to select an area code different from the area in which you live. This means, if you live in Brisbane and get a Sydney number, you will NOT incur long-distance charges while calling a Sydney number regardless of geography. Additionally, most providers offer virtual numbers (sometimes known as â€œextra numbersâ€). With this feature you may obtain a number from a different area code in addition to your current area code. This would enable you to have businesses living in another area code dial a local number to reach you, saving them the cost of long-distance charges.
Can I take my number with me when I travel?
Yes, most providers allow you to use your VoIP service wherever you travel as long as you have a high-speed Internet connection available and your phone adapter is with you. In this case, calling would work the same as if you were dialling from your home or business and you would not incur additional charges.
How do I get VoIP working for me?
There are mainly two kinds of VoIP service providers. Those that offer phone-based services such as Vonage and SunRocket, and those that offer computer-based services such as Skype. Each phone-based provider has different phone plans that are suited to meet different requirements. Since most computer-based services are limited to their own subscriber base (their basic service does not let you call any phone which doesnâ€™t subscribe to the same service) we predominantly offer listing of phone-based VoIP plans. You can compare different plans available for your area and select the one that suits your needs best
Books on VoIP
VoIP For Dummies
Put your telephone system on your computer network and see the savings See how to get started with VoIP, how it works, and why it saves you money Here’s where to get the scoop in plain English. Find out how VoIP can save you money, how voice communication travels online, and how to choose the best way to integrate your telephone system with your network at home or at the office. Discover how to:
Use VoIP for your business or home telephone service
Choose the best network type
Set up VoIP on a wireless network
Understand transports and services
Demonstrate VoIP’s advantages to management
VoIP Crash Course
Recent advances in Voice over IP (VoIP) technology have made it the solution of choice for voice service because of its low cost and increased reliability. VoIP Crash Course offers practical technology coverage, while discussing the business, strategic and competitive implications of VoIP deployment in corporations. The book also covers the challenges faced by service providers as they evolve to an IP infrastructure while continuing to operate the
The Linux based Open Source Software Asterisk has become the de facto standard in modern VoIP PBX systems. Because of its powerful and flexible structure Asterisk is also being used as the VoIP engine in commercial PBX products, partly because some pbx manufacturers have realized that it would not make much sense to compete against the development momentum of this open source project and end up having an expensive look-alike that no one wants to write interface software for.
The flexibility of Asterisk comes with a price, though. There is no user friendly interface included and the command language and syntax have a very steep learning curve.
Even though some VoIP enthusiasts are configuring their Asterisk pbx box from the command line interface, this is not practical for a commercial product. Managing a pbx system this way would be just as absurd as trying to sell a fax machine that needs a computer science diploma to operate.
O.K, this fax machine comparison is not quite fair because pbx systems in general need much more complex configuration
Asterisk is basically a complete PBX engine in software. It runs on Linux, BSD and MacOSX and provides all of the features you would expect from a PBX and more. Asterisk does voice over IP in many protocols, and can interoperate with almost all standards-based telephony equipment using relatively inexpensive hardware.
Even though it behaves as a classical voice exchange there is a major difference in dataflow when using the popular SIP protocol for connecting telephones: In principle there is no difference of a telephone being external or internal. This means that a person using a mobile IP telephone, for example a SIP soft-phone installed on a notebook or pda, this telephone will ring no matter where it is globally located. When using the popular SIP protocol it is even possible to have all voice or video data flowing directly between caller and callee if both are located somewhere external to the Asterisk pbx. This is in contrast to classical PBXâ€™s where the voice data stream must always flow physically through them.
Connecting branch offices and home offices to the company network is one of the most prominent selling points of VoIP technology. This is not only because of the rather obvious cost savings that can be expected, but also because of the long term advantage of having a clean and straightforward integration of all voice endpoints companywide.
When migrating classical PBXâ€™s to Voice over IP they become part of the existing IT infrastructure, similar to a mail or file server. While saving 50% of all cabling costs it is now possible to more easily integrate the pbx system into the already existing management, backup and usv infrastructure.