Engin and Samsung Communications have teamed up on VoIP-based systems and plans aimed at Australian SMEs.
Using a high-speed Internet connection rather than a regular phone line, the pair claim the VoIP offering allows SMEs to benefit from low-cost call plans from engin and fully featured phone systems from Samsung. The deal bundles Samsung’s OfficeServ 7000 series IP PBX with engin’s VoIP call delivery services.
Samsung provides several offers that allow VoIP to function free of charge, while engin will provide customers with free line rental for the first three months. In a statement, engin head of business markets, Jack McKeon, said the offer was targeted at any corporate looking to enjoy big business features and the savings associated with VoIP telephony.
The bundle also includes Samsung’s Mobex tool. Also known as ‘twinning’, this function allows a mobile phone and fixed handset to ring simultaneously, giving the customer the choice to answer either one. Samsung general manager, Brett Mclnnes, said Mobex allowed users to get a hold of each other the first time, regardless of their location.
Samsung’s OfficeServ Enterprise IP suite offers a range of packages to suit a variety of business sizes. Its OfficeServ 7030 is designed for small businesses requiring up to 20 extensions. The range capacity increases with the OfficeServ 7100, followed by the OfficeServ 7200 and OfficeServ 7400.
The bundles will be available through Samsung's partner network.