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The Little Shop of Horrors

  Setting up a new site for a long standing client, can you imagine the surprise on our faces when we opened the IT room door to be greeted by this little lot !. Installing the LibertyVoIP phone system was a doddle, ditto fitting the phones, really nice mix of LibertyVoIP X5’s, Yealink W53H DECT’s and a few Fanvil X4’s, all done and dusted in a few hours….now we need to…
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LibertyVoIP X5 Handset Programming….then a thought struck me ……

We are busy programming handsets for an installation next Monday, suddenly realised its Thursday today which means SAM Networking tomorrow morning at The Cedar Court Hotel Ainley Top, Huddersfield. I can’t wait to see my business friends and catch up on all the news of the week….meanwhile back to tapping away on my keyboard, these phones don’t program themselves you know !  
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Huddersfield, Wakefield & Castleford, a Day on the M62

First visit of the day, Huddersfield, its a bit quiet at 0800, lots of parking and even time to use our companies Perks App to grab myself a free coffee at my favourite Cafe Nero before the meeting so a bit of a win to start the day Photo is of a DECT handset, todays subject of discussion, take your phone with you rather than returning to a desk for…
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It’s Been A Hot Day On The Road

Phew! It’s been a hot day to be stuck in the car racing around sorting out client systems. I’ve been in the eaves of a building in Halifax and down in a Huddersfield cellar, done over 15000 steps !. Job 1. Extending VoIP phone CAT5 leads for my favourite charity in Halifax, no charge, I did say they are my favourites! Job 2. Install a nice Vigor router to commission…
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Farewell to ISDN, PSTN, Hello Fibre and VoIP

As Great Britain drifts towards the retirement of our old, tired copper network, scheduled for 2025 businesses are gradually coming to realise this is far bigger than the millenium churn, about 14 million lines need to go digital in less than 5 years, an impossible task but running two networks, PSTN and Fibre just isn’t financially viable. The early adopters have already gone VoIP knowing prices of equipment will rise…
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