Committed to recycling business telecoms equipment by reducing the impact on the environment
Doing the right thing does not need to be costly. As such, MF Telecom Services works closely with UK businesses. We provide a safe, secure and environmentally-friendly way for recycling and disposing of business telecoms equipment. Ultimately, this means reducing carbon footprint, but keeping costs low.
We are BS EN ISO 14001 compliant. In addition, we are an accredited environmentally responsible organisation. Ultimately, our emphasis is on re-use, in line with the key principles of the WEEE directive.
Often redundant telephone systems can be reused elsewhere. Consequently, we have an asset management service and Recycle and Upgrade scheme. However, if this is not the case, we will help businesses fulfil their environmental responsibilities without significant costs.
If you are looking to replace your business telecommunications equipment and are unsure of how to recycle it responsibly
Record all calls or only the calls you want
Automatic recording captures all calls, on-demand. On the other hand, recording allows you to choose which calls you record. This includes individual calls. In addition, it refers to those made from specified user’s desk phones, softphones or smartphones.
Other options include automatic recording of all inbound calls. In addition, you can record just those made to specific departments or users.
Ultimately, you will have all of the call recording data stored on a PC. This means simple search tools will allow you to have access to any recording at any time.
VoIP is available for computers, smartphones and other devices
Voice over Internet Protocol (VoIP) is a phone service delivered over the internet, instead of via a public switch telephone network (PSTN). As such, it unifies all your systems. Ultimately, it can link multiple sites using a router, sending the call out over a data line.
VoIP is suitable for businesses with a data line that has a resilient data connection of at least 100k upload speed per user/call. In other words, installing VoIP phones on Low Grade Broadband connections will cause packet loss and dropped calls.
Read our Beginner’s guide to VoIP article.