Promoted | NoPBX, the South African-developed cloud PBX-over-GSM solution, has seen significant growth in new customers and other metrics in the past year.
Promoted | It’s no good keeping the lights on when the phones are off, says Anton Potgieter, co-founder and MD of NoPBX.
Promoted | It’s now possible for South Africans to create a business PBX system – and start making business calls on their new business phone number – in less than eight minutes.
Promoted | PBX-over-GSM provider Trabel believes the GSMA’s latest anti-fraud initiative can add another layer of protection to PBX systems running over different telecommunications networks. Here’s why.
Promoted | Trabel says innovation that prioritises slashing monthly telecommunications subscription costs could help shore up South Africa’s SME sector by immediately reducing operational outlays.
Promoted | PBX companies will fall over themselves to sell your business a switchboard system, and traditionally these have come in “block sizes” of four, eight or 16 lines, and so on. NoPBX plans to change this.
Promoted | A few years ago, Trabel saw that mobile PBX was going to be a big thing, but realised that voice-over-IP softphones were letting the whole show down. The solution? NoPBX.
Company switchboards, or PABXs, have not evolved much over the past two decades since corporate voice-over-data (VoIP) calling was introduced…
Promoted | NoPBX is a new concept in company switchboards, developed in South Africa, that works using only your existing smartphones, uses real GSM calls to connect you and is configured so that there is no cost to your employees’ cellphones.
Promoted | During lockdowns, many companies have tried connecting voice-over-IP phone extensions to employees’ homes, often resulting in substandard call quality. Enter NoPBX, with its brand-new concept of PBX over GSM.