Go4 Voice over IP Solutions and Service

Go4 is always at the forefront when it comes to VoIP solutions. No we have not re-invented the wheel but have brought together all the good parts and services of voice over IP so that we can deliver an enterprise 1st class solution to any size business and we do not forget about our home customers that can also benefit greatly from VoIP.

To start things off Go4 has a large host of services we can offer from onsite Asterisk based IP-PBX servers for home, SME and large enterprise's to fully hosted VoIP services. On top of all these services, we have a call saving option accoss all networks (local, national, mobile and internationl) from one IP link.

If you are currently a customer with our SIP trunk or hosted PBX then you may click here to log onto the VoIP control panel.

If you need to top up your call credit then please click here to log onto the customer top up section.

For any enquiries please feel free to contact us.

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Voice over IP
Centrex Cloud Call Centre
Centrex offers a complete hosted Contact Center Solution. Based on innovative VolP Telephony Application Grid (TAG) technology, Centrex simplifies the complexity and lowers the capital and operating expenses of Call Centers. Inbound, Outbound or Blended Contact Centers can be made fully operational in a matter of hours with complete Flexibility and in a secure manner. Intuitive web based interface provides seamless integration with existing Customer Relationship Management (CRM) software.
SIP Trunking
SIP trunking provides access to and from the Public Switched Telephone Network (PSTN) over the Internet Protocol (IP). Unlike in traditional telephony, where physical wires were once delivered from the telecoms company to a business, a SIP trunk operates over an existing broadband or leased line allowing a company to replace their traditional fixed PSTN lines with PSTN connectivity via a SIP trunking service provider, such as Go 4 IT Solutions.
1Cloud Hosted PBX
1Cloud Hosted PBX VoIP service is as simple to understand as the connection between your desktop PC at home and the internet. Your desktop PC at home turns on, and is immediately connected to the internet. All you had to do was plug a network cable from the back of your PCs network port into your internet router. Now as long as your internet service is up and running at home, your PC is able to surf, send email, conduct an online video conference, make a Skype call, and anything else you might need to do on the internet.

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