engin and Samsung Offer SMBs Major Savings on Phone Systems and Call Plans

engin_logo.gifengin and Samsung Communications have combined expertise to bring the latest telecommunications systems to Australia’s small to medium businesses. Using VoIP technology, SMEs can benefit from very low call plans from engin and fully featured phone systems from Samsung.

The deal bundles Samsung’s OfficeServ 7000 series IP PBX range with engin’s VoIP call delivery. During May, SMEs can save up to $2000 in upfront costs while confidently making the move to VoIP and ensuring the long term cost savings of proven VoIP telephony.

With the purchase of a new Samsung OfficeServ system, Samsung Communications will provide special offers to enable VoIP functionality free of charge to new and existing engin customers.

engin will then provide customers with free line rental for the first three months, plus the significant ongoing savings provided by its full range of highly competitive VoIP call plans.

Additional functionality being supplied free with the deal is Samsung's Mobile Executive Integration (Mobex), or ‘twinning’, which is the ability to have a mobile phone and fixed line handset ring simultaneously when the fixed line is dialled. This allows the seamless answering of either the fixed handset or the mobile phone.

The range of Samsung OfficeServ Enterprise IP solutions offer flexibility, high level features and unrivalled functionality. The OfficeServ 7030 is designed for small businesses requiring up to 20 extensions. The range capacity increases with the OfficeServ 7100, OfficeServ 7200 through to the OfficeServ 7400, which simultaneously supports traditional voice communication, VoIP, IP-based data communication and wireless solutions through wireless LANs.

This bundled deal is available from all Samsung Communication Centres and selected Samsung Communications Authorised Partners nationally.

Posted on May 04, 2010  Reviews | Share |  Digg
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