Is your business ready for the future?

With Hosted PBX it can be. Say goodbye to cumbersome hardware, extensive maintenance, and expensive upgrades. Hosted PBX’s totally virtual calling system takes away all of these worries, using high-speed internet to connect you to your customers.

Why do I need Hosted PBX?

On top of saving time and money, here are some reasons our customers choose Hosted PBX for their business phone systems:

  • Use your work number on any device
  • Add new users whenever you want
  • Keep your existing phone numbers
  • Connect all of your locations and employees
  • Keep up with your customers
  • Utilize built in on-hold messaging, metrics, and our Call Recording app

Choose Ireland’s best supported, most user-friendly platform

With IP Telecom, you don’t just get the benefits of a Hosted PBX phone system: you get the benefits of partnering with Dublin’s leading provider of VoIP services, including...

  • Unlimited free calling to Irish and UK lines
  • Browser-call Chrome extension, to call any number online with one click
  • On-site installation and training by IP Telecom Trained Engineers
  • Zero downtime while you switch
  • Unlocked handsets from IP Telecom
  • Limitless free internet calling
  • Up to 70% savings.

Unhappy with your current provider?

Make the switch to Ireland's only dedicated VOIP provider. The No. 1 choice for
business VOIP in Ireland

Communicate Better with IP Telecom!

Get in touch for a consultation and see how easy it is to start
enjoying all the benefits of IP Telecom VoIP Solutions.

CALL US ON: +353 1 687 7777CONTACT US

Latest Blog

23/03/2020

Special Announcement: We have dedicated a page in our knowledge base to answer all your questions on setting up calls flowscall diverts and other queries relating to remote working.

06/03/2020

As the fallout from the spread of the coronavirus continues to impact businesses throughout the world, domestic businesses in Ireland were shaken up this week as large multinational headquartered in Ireland such as Google, Microsoft and Twitter told their staff to work from home. Even our own international sensation Penney’s (Primark) have told staff at their Dublin HQ and UK head office in Reading to work from home.