Trade-up to the Latest in Telephony Technology and Receive Free System Maintenance with Mainstream

You will pay no ongoing maintenance support charge for up to 2 years from the day of installation when you trade-up your telephone system with Mainstream Digital.

Trade-up from your current telephone system from any manufacturer with Mainstream Digital and you can receive free maintenance support making your ongoing costs lower and potentially self funding the new system.

You will pay no ongoing maintenance support charge for up to 2 years from the day of installation, including any remote configuration changes during the post install period. Mainstream offer a range of systems from Panasonic to Samsung, and depending upon your exact needs we can tailor the system in order to compliment your business operation.

There are many benefits that a new phone system can bring to your business. These benefits include; Efficient Communication ensuring your employees communicate more efficiently by having access to all communications at one time and being free to share, forward, or manage them in the way that’s most convenient and effective to the business. The Automated Attendant feature allows you to manage all your business calls in an efficient manner. You can control your business from any geographic location and it can efficiently handle numerous calls at the same time so you never miss one of your customers. Finally, the Unified Messaging feature provides alternative methods of accessing communications. By merging e-mail, voice, and other communications, users can get voice messages sent to them by email and with mobile call twinning, calls can be seamlessly transferred from an extension to a mobile without any disruption.

Mainstream’s Managing Director Ian Medlock added “By trading up your current phone system and taking advantage of our free maintenance offer, businesses can reduce their costs with converged communications for voice and data, using Mainstream SIP trunks to add voice capacity via their internet connection.”

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