We have around 10 staff i our office. We are a manufacturing business, and, these days not enormous telephone users. Very little use is made of the phone in our production areas.
Existing phone system is very old (1998) but still carries out the basic tasks we ask of it.
Currently we have an ISDN30 setup, paying for around 10 concurrent calls. Typically we probably use up to three lines.
Now, we have been approached with a view to moving to internet based calls (VOIP). I have a question about call quality. We have superfast broadband here, so that should be sufficient.
Does anyone have comparable experience, and if so is there any deterioration in call quality versus conventional telephone lines?