3CX Phone System 9 Goes Unified Communications With Video Support

3CX has released version 9 of its popular phone system for Windows. Version 9 is a significant upgrade that adds video support as well as enterprise features such as the ability to monitor remote PBX installations via 3CX Assistant and automatic remote installation and configuration of 3CXPhone and 3CX Assistant.

“3CX Phone System 9 is now a complete Unified Communications solution –We have added standards based video and support for smartphones as clients. At the same time we have added key enterprise features that widen 3CX’s appeal to larger companies”

“3CX continues to take market share and now has over 20,000 server installations worldwide. I expect that with v9 this number will grow dramatically.”

Video support
V9 allows single click set-up of video calls with other 3CXPhone users or with standards based video phones such as from Xlite, Yealink or Grandstream.

Android smartphone support
3CX v9 allows Android smartphone users to make and receive calls from anywhere using their extension. Android users just download the 3CXPhone for Android softphone and configure it to use their 3CX Phone System account.

Provisioning of 3CXphone and 3CX Assistant
Deploying and administering 3CXPhone and 3CX Assistant installations is now much easier via the provisioning feature. Phone System users can install the client apps by clicking on an HTTP link which will automatically install and configure them. Changes to the configuration, as well as software updates are automatically pushed out to the clients.

Via EPR Network
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Firstnumber.co.uk – Helps UK Mobile Users Reduce The £800m Wasted Every Year On Phone Tariffs

cheap international call provider is on a mission to reduce the amount of money UK mobile phone users waste using unsuitable tariffs.

Following a report by comparison site Top10.com it was revealed that many people in the UK are signed up to uneconomical contracts with customers either paying for more than they use or being penalised for exceeding their agreed number of minutes and messages.

The total amount wasted each year on unsuitable tariffs is a staggering £800m while the majority of people could stand to save as much as £62 if they switched to a better contract.

Now cheap call provider – Firstnumber.co.uk – is doing its bit to help consumers slash their telephone bills by providing discount rates to landlines and mobiles right across the globe.

Firstnumber.co.uk currently offers over 250 access codes that allow consumers and businesses alike to make cheap international calls at a heavily discounted rate.

Company spokesperson Andy Steele hopes Firstnumber will become one of a number of services that consumers can use to help reduce their phone bills.

“It’s shocking to think that UK consumers flush away £800m a year through mobile phone tariffs that don’t compliment their lifestyle.

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