for Education and Learning

VoIP for Education

SIPsys has introduced a new service to support schools. We have recently set up new virtual servers and software with new licenses which enables us to give a discounted monthly cost.

After surveying a number of primary schools, we have advised an average of over £1,200.00 savings per annum can be achieved using our service.

Considering the typical cost of setting up a school with new telephones, the ROI can be easily and quickly achieved - eighteen months is achievable and in some cases, even within a year. We have found many schools still use old analogue phones which are now not supported for spares and maintenance.

With a SIPsys service, after the first year contract, (we will only ask you for annual contracts) any faulty telephones will be replaced free of charge whilst in contract.

The new VoIP technology (Voice Over IP) is now over 80% of new installations, with BT Openreach rolling out fibre and digital services at the exchanges. The old analogue transmission over copper will cease over the next few years.

In the 10 years of incorporation, SIPsys has not had a price rise, in fact we pride ourselves in finding ways of reducing prices. In the past 10 years we have reduced some of our charges by up to 45%.

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What is VoIP?

What is VoIP?

SIPsys is a hosted VoIP platform which provides cost effective and proven telephone services over DSL. We provide any size business with cost effective communication which is feature rich and typically 40% cheaper than the larger carriers BT etc.

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How does it work?

How does it work?

VoIP works by utilising SIP trunks, the trunk connects via broadband/internet using IP packets, these packets work the same way as data packets. The voice element is contained within the data packet.

How it works



Not everyone is familiar with how a VoIP system works so check out our list of FAQs to answer any questions you may have or alternatively, contact us and we will do our best to help.

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