Voice over Internet Protocol give the ability to originate and terminate VoIP minutes with Vodacom network access, using a geographic (021, 031, etc.) or non-geographic (087) telephone number. VoIP uses the latest IP technology to provide high-quality voice calls and competitive voice rates, and can be utilised by businesses of all sizes. You can also combine voice and data transfer over the same access (Business Internet Fibre, LTE and Wireless).
The Key Benefits of VoIP
SAVE up to 20% on your monthly voice calls. Vodacom VoIP-to-VoIP (on-net) calls within your business branches are free!
Suits your business needs
Different VoIP minute bundles (250, 500 and unlimited) are available to suit your business needs. T&Cs apply.
VoIP telephone number
Port your geographic telephone number(s) to the Vodacom network or we can allocate new telephone numbers to your business.
Why Get VoIP?
Easier than ever to manage
No need to get a separate phone or PBX for your business; our VoIP service connects to most Private Branch Exchanges.
Flexible and competitive call rates
No surcharge beyond the fixed cost that you pay for your internet connection and VoIP minutes.
Don’t lose sleep over infrastructure
No capital investment required. All you need is internet connectivity and we manage the rest.
How Much Does VoIP Cost?
The cost of this service depends on your business requirements.
To find out how much this service will cost, request a call back
The Vodacom VoIP Product Portfolio Consists of These Core Services:
VoIP - Interbranch
Connects your company's various geographically distributed PBXs to the Vodacom MPLS (Multiprotocol Label Switching) IP network.
It allows voice calls between branches to be routed seamlessly via the Vodacom IP network and SD-WAN as well.
VoIP - Local & National
Save significantly on calls made to anywhere in SA.
VoIP calls are carried nationally over your data connection on our MPLS IP network, to the PSTN (Public Switched Telephone Network).
VoIP - Cellular
Calls made to other cellphone users are routed over the Vodacom data network.
This eliminates the possibility of network congestion, poor voice quality and latency.
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