Nashua Voice launched

Nashua announced 16 April 2015 that it had introduced a new Internet Protocol-based telephony service to its portfolio of integrated services, called Nashua Voice.

According to Nashua, its voice over Internet Protocol (VoIP) service will be low-cost and high-quality, and will be available from April 2015 at selected franchises.

Nashua Voice lets subscribers make and receive calls via landline or mobile phones using a carrier-grade IP network, whether they are in South Africa or travelling abroad.

It also offers the ability to record calls and host conference calls.

Nashua also promised that the service will expand beyond voice in future.

Some additional services include:

  • Virtual Boardroom — a free teleconferencing service where participants are responsible for their own call costs.
  • Virtual Fax and Virtual Access — which promise additional cost savings for owners of 0860 Share Call numbers.

Nashua Voice is able to route all call types, and uses per second billing from the first second of the call, with no minimum call charges.

“Web access via Nashua’s Telephone Management System is also provided for real-time monitoring and cost reporting down to extension level,” Nashua said.

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