Voice over Internet Protocol (VoIP)

VoIP has tremendous advantages over traditional analog.

Making it today’s most popular communications platform and a fundamental component in Business practice. VoIP’s internet-speed transmissions can replace traditional wired phones.

This is a no-brainer for customers, Contact Centers, and enterprise-sized global players.
It’s built on data infrastructure products and software. Our open architecture allows you to build your communications system on applications specifically designed to fully leverage the benefits of IP telephony.

  • Multi-service network assessment
  • System design and architecture
  • Deployment planning services
  • Inter-site networking
  • Virtual workplace telecommuting design

What is VOIP?

VoIP is an acronym for Voice over Internet Protocol, a method of making calls via internet protocol (IP) networks. Also known as Internet telephony, IP telephony, Broadband telephony.

Analog Telephone Adapter

Is a device for connecting traditional analog telephone devices to a digital voice over IP telephony network.

Has one or more foreign exchange station (FXS) telephone ports. Such devices may also have a foreign exchange office (FXO) interface for providing alternative access to traditional land line telephone service. The ATA provides dial tone and other standard telephone signaling to the telephone.

VoIP Phone

A VoIP phone is a telephone set designed specifically for use in a voice over IP ( VoIP ) system by converting standard telephone audio into a digital format that can be transmitted over the Internet, and by converting incoming digital phone signals from the Internet to standard telephone audio. A VoIP phone allows the user to take advantage of VoIP technology without involving a personal computer, although an Internet connection is required.

What do I need ?

To utilize this service you will need to install the ATA, handset, patch cables and may need to configure network & router for service to work.

An internet service with a minimum of 64Kbps (codec G729 ) and up to 100Kbps (codec alaw/ulaw) per concurrent call is needed.
Utilising an existing internet connection applicable internet rates apply from your internet carrier.

Our service is fully compatible with the NBN.

Withtel use SIP protocol, designed to provide signalling and session management for voice and multimedia connections over packet-based networks.
Any SIP compatable device will work, our trained staff can help with any question you may have about configuration

If you have any questions our technical support or sales are available to answer any questions. Call our friendly staff now.

How It Works

VoIP converts the voice signal into a digital signal that can travel over the Internet. Depending on the type of VoIP service, you can make a VoIP call from a computer or other internet enabled devices, a special VoIP phone, or a traditional phone with a digital adapter.Advantages

  • Lower costs

    VoIP services are cheaper than standard phone services, and in many cases, free to use. This is especially helpful for long-distance international calls.

  • Portability

    VoIP can be accessed anywhere you can access the internet. Ideal for users with high mobility.

  • Many features

    VoIP offers many features not commonly found in traditional phone: multi-party calling, call waiting/forwarding, caller ID, and caller ID blocking, to name a few.

John Roberts john.roberts@withtel.com.au - Marketing Director.
David Freeman david.freeman@withtel.com.au - Programing