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Silver Link Solutions - VoIP Solutions
Never pay ridiculous phone bills again!

The Silver Link VoIP (telephone system) service will cut down your telco charges drastically. For a fixed, low monthly fee you can dial UK & US landline numbers for free at anytime and enjoy the low rates on mobile and internatinal calls at the same time.


VoIP can facilitate tasks that may be more difficult to achieve using traditional phone networks:Incoming phone calls can be automatically routed to your VoIP phone, regardless of where you are connected to the network. Take your VoIP phone with you on a trip, and wherever you connect to the Internet, you can receive incoming calls.
Call center agents using VoIP phones can work from anywhere with a sufficiently fast and stable Internet connection.
Many VoIP packages include PSTN features that most telcos normally charge extra for, or may be unavailable from your local telco, such as 3-way calling, call forwarding, automatic redial, and caller ID.


VoIP allows users to travel anywhere in the world and still make and receive phone calls:
Subscribers of phone-line replacement services can make and receive local phone calls regardless of their location. For example, if a user has a London phone number and is traveling in the USA and someone calls the phone number, it will ring in USA. Conversely, if a call is made from USA to London, it will be treated as a local call. Of course, there must be a connection to the Internet e.g. WiFi to make all of this possible.
Users of Instant Messenger based VoIP services can also travel anywhere in the world and make and receive phone calls.
VoIP phones can integrate with other services available over the Internet, including video conversation, message or data file exchange in parallel with the conversation, audio conferencing, managing address books and passing information about whether others (e.g. friends or colleagues) are available online to interested parties.