But, if you don’t want to sacrifice service by reducing you expenses, then Unified World Communications can help you, whether you wish to keep your lines and numbers with BT or move them to us for a complete solution.
By using an independent company, we can show you how much to reduce your call costs, so know in advance what the service can provide you and how much you are likely to save.
Your calls are routed over the Cable & Wireless Worldwide network, using Carrier Pre-selection without any changes to your on-site equipment or numbers to be changed.
Competitive – Our tariffs are bespoken to meet your business requirements and are highly competitive.
Honest and Transparent – By utilising a highly trusted and independent third party, we analyse your bill to show you how much you can save. We have no hidden charges. No “call connection” charges on normal phone calls. Just pay for what you use.
Rapid savings – Quick and easy to set up so you can start saving within the month.
Peace of Mind – The C&WW network is the UK’s largest business network and is constantly monitored for maximum performance and reliability.
Flexible – As you and your business develops, so can your service. Easily setup an individual site or multiple sites.
Controlled – Our Enlighten billing platform allows you to view and analyse your bills online.
Carrier Pre-Selection (CPS) still uses access codes to route your calls on to the correct network, but instead of programming the codes into your phone system, they are implemented at the Exchange.
When the call reaches the exchange, BT’s systems identify the call is from your lines and routes it according to CPS to the correct operator’s network. CPS is an efficient and effective way of managing calls.
Well its been just over a year since Nokia got into bed with Microsoft and produced the first Nokia/Windows phones. 12 months later, and lessons learned, Nokia have released 2 new Lumia’s based in Windows 8, the Lumia 820 and 920.
Based on the same Windows 8 operating system that runs on your desktop, the Nokia Lumia 820 is the second of Nokia’s two new Windows phones. It’s the neglected sibling of the flagship Lumia 920, and is barely mentioned in Nokia’s presentations. But why?