business telephones

telecom systems

Staying connected to your customers is essential for any business, but with all the options available it can be difficult to know what's right for you. With internet running down phone lines and now phone lines running down the internet, which is running down the phone lines, it's no wonder business owners become confused.

Here at Mamu Computing we won't bombard you with ISDN, VOIP, PSTN and so on. We can provide all your internal setup (your phones, switchboards, answering machines, etc) and any cabling or wireless points you require. We can also advise you on telecoms providers without any pushy sales or technical jargon, so you get the most suitable solution at the best price.

We are experienced in a wide variety of telecommunication systems, including standard landlines, digital landlines, GSM (the mobile phone network), VOIP (phone lines over the internet) and leased lines. As such we can provide the system or combination of systems that suit your needs and calling habits.

We are also able to keep you connected on the go: we can supply and setup laptops and smartphones to access company emails and documents, even pick up your phone extension on the move.

Give us a call (or email) for a straightforward answer to your phone system.

Unsure of some of the terms we've used? We've handpicked a few definitions for you below, or you can visit our glossary for a comprehensive list. Click on 'read more' to see the full definition.
ADSL: ADSL, or 'Asymmetric Digital Subscriber Line', is a method of transferring data over telephone lines. In the UK, this is the most common way of connecting to broadband internet, with the alternatives being DSL (cable internet) or mobile int... read more
Bluetooth: Bluetooth is a short range wireless technology that uses radio waves to send signals and data between devices. Limited to a range of around 30 feet, it is a highly secure system that can be used not only to transfer files between devices, b... read more
Fibre Optic Cable: Fibre optic cables are cables that use filaments of glass to transfer data using light. This makes data transfer extremely fast - as fast as the speed of light - but the cables are expensive and can be easily broken, meaning that they usual... read more
Internet Service Provider (ISP): An Internet Service Provider is the company that users sign up to in order to access the internet. ISPs usually provide not only the phone line or cable connection to the internet, but also the means to access the internet - usually a modem... read more
Telecommunications: Literally communicating over distance telecommunications can refer to anything from smoke signals to satellite transmissions. Typically telecommunications refers to the various forms of telephone systems and messaging services, including te... read more
VoIP: Voice over Internet Protocol (VoIP) is a technology that allows telephone calls to be made over the internet enabling low cost long distance calls. VoIP users are able to call other VoIP users at little or no cost and are able to connect to... read more