Tangled up phone cables under desks could be a thing of the past as Skyrack Telecom and Tecdesk join forces to offer the first ever wire free PBX system, using the latest Tecdesk phones and Mobile-X SIM cards.
Skyrack Telecom launched the innovative Mobile-X SIM in April 2013 to enable a company’s mobile phone portfolio to work as a fully functioning business phone system, integrated to the PBX.
After seeing the Mobile-X SIM, Tecdesk saw the opportunity to further enhance the product by combining it with their latest fixed wireless office phones, the Tecdesk FWP range.
Speaking about the partnership, Gavin Sweet, Managing Director of Skyrack Telecom said, “We were delighted when Tecdesk contacted us about their desk phones. Using their hardware with our Mobile-X SIMs we have created the first ever wire free PBX system, which will enable businesses to get new sites up and running with a complete telecoms solution and nothing more than mobile phone coverage required.
The combined system will allow businesses to set up their office phone systems within minutes, eliminating the need for set up and infrastructure costs.
Tecdesk CEO Jay Pau said, “Tecdesk is pleased to partner with Skyrack Telecom. The combination package of a Tecdesk FWP on a Mobile-X SIM card will allow companies the revolutionary potential to remove the expenses of time-consuming wired installation and maintenance costs and replace these with a quick and easy-setup wire-free Virtual PBX solution.”
Mobile-X offers typical landline and office PBX features on a SIM, making a company’s fixed and mobile phones work together as a fully functioning business phone system. In addition to offering traditional mobile connectivity for calls, texts, data, and voicemail – it can also be configured to provide the services and functionality that a conventional wired or hosted PBX can offer.
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