Compatible Hardware Options
A telephone handset designed specifically to be used with VoIP services, providing additional functionality to standard handsets.
ATA (Analogue Terminal Adapter)
A simple device which connects standard telephone handsets to the VoIP network.
Online software that enables calls to be placed from your customers' PC via a headset
*We do not recommend or support the use of softphones.
Calling Places VoIP services support the following Codecs:
Call size is dependent on the codec used and is approximately 8Kb to 60Kb.
Calling Places' reliable VoIP platform, facilitates continuous development into the features and functionality of our VoIP services, ensuring Partners evolving requirements are met. Calling Places VoIP is SIP based and suitable for use with SIP capable PBX systems.
Calling Places works with a number of hardware providers to support auto-provisioning, which allows users to configure the hardware by simply entering the MAC code found on the device at the Calling Places VoIP User Portal. Alternatively, each account's SIP configuration details are made available on the Calling Places VoIP User Portal enabling them to configure the SIP devices manually using the manufacturer's configuration software.
Emergency 999 dialling
Calling Places VoIP services fully support emergency 999 dialling. However, please note VoIP is dependent on power and Internet connectivity. Should either your customers' power or Internet connectivity fail they will not be able to make calls. We therefore recommend that customers ensure they have a secondary calling service e.g. a mobile phone or PSTN/ISDN line.
To make and receive calls either an ATA, IP phone or softphone is required. VoIP is dependent on your customers' Internet connectivity service and power.
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