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5 Benefits of Linking Landline and Mobile Communications

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In these challenging times, businesses across the UK had to react quickly – in particular, there’s been a huge increase in home working, albeit out of necessity rather than choice for many.

Over 71% of employees say that flexible working helps improve their productivity. *​ To stay connected and effectively manage your workforce remotely, why not securely join up your landline and mobile communications, even if you’re still under contract for your PBX. 

Simple to set up, cost effective, and giving you and your teams the control to direct calls, One Net Mobile is more than just a reliable connection. It’s a way to stay connected to customers at a time where delivering simply brilliant customer experiences is more important than ever before.

Here’s just some of the benefits to expect from a One Net Mobile solution.

1. You decide how calls are routed

Intelligent call handling features such as Hunt Groups ensure calls are always answered by the right person and you no longer need to set up expensive call diverts.

2. You’re in control

The online Feature Management Portal and mobile app lets you manage your call features and profiles.

3. Decide how you’re contactable.

Choose how to route calls when you’re unavailable, away or it’s outside working hours – allow a colleague in your mobile Hunt Group to answer for you or collect a voicemail.

4. Control your costs

Our mobile price plans give you a shared data allowance, data capping, inclusive roaming, plus international and non-geographic call bundles.

5. Integrate your fixed services

When you’re ready to move your fixed services over, it’s easy to upgrade you to the complete One Net Business solution, should you want to.

If you’d like to understand how to quickly, and seamlessly connect your landline and mobile communications, request a call back and one of the team will be in touch.


* Source: UK employee productivity. Report published 2017. Survey conducted by Bryter - research based insight and consultancy on behalf of Vodafone May 2017.

TOPICS: Remote Working, Unified Communications, Vodafone