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Business phone systems have evolved from clunky, expensive landlines to internet-based connections that grow along with your business. Commander phones are a smart choice for small businesses with 1-20+ phones as they use your existing internet connection, so there’s no monthly line rental and no costly outlay for equipment. Our Commander Business Phones Buying Guide will help you choose the right phones for your needs.
Ideal for small businesses, Commander Business Phones are designed to be flexible, so you can easily add, move or change phone extensions and locations as required. Calls are made using VOIP (Voice Over Internet Protocol) over your existing internet connection, which cuts down significantly on costs.
Commander Business Phones are available via subscriptions. Officeworks offers three different Commander phone subscriptions: Office, Conference and Cordless. Each subscription features a handset that’s fit for purpose.
Stay connected while you move freely around your workplace. Talk for up to 11 hours or leave it on standby for up to 100 hours. Features a 1.8” colour display and exceptional high definition voice quality. Ideal for retail and other businesses where staff are mobile and having a portable device is advantageous.
Features a desktop handset with an LED 4.3” colour screen and 10 programmable line keys so you can personalise it as required. This versatile handset is suitable for reception desks, office desks, foyers or meeting rooms. Ideal for a business with several employees – you get a multi-line phone solution minus the expense of a switchboard (PBX) system.
Features a 3 metre voice pickup, 3 built-in microphones and background noise suppression. Includes conference service for up to 1000 people. Purpose-built for meeting rooms and offices where hands-free conference calls are made.
To set your business up with Commander Business Phones:
Once you’ve decided which phone subscription best suits your business needs, purchase it at selected Officeworks stores. Your handset will be delivered once your service has been activated.
Visit the Commander website or phone 136 950 082 to activate your subscription. You’ll then receive free delivery of your handsets, which are pre-configured and ready to use.
A Commander technician will contact you to discuss your connection requirements, including:
Make any phone ring at the same time as your desk phone, so you can answer desk calls on your mobile phone.
Place calls on hold and transfer calls to another extension or third party.
Play music or advertise your latest offers while customers are on hold.
Receive your voice messages via email or webmail.
Use a portal to manage your phone system from any internet-enabled device.
Add additional phones as needed, even at other office locations.
VOIP phones use the internet to deliver calls rather than the traditional copper wires that landlines rely on.
With VOIP, voice signals are converted into packets of data and transmitted at exceptionally high speeds over an internet connection. Once they reach their destination, these data packets are then reassembled and converted back into sound waves. This process happens instantaneously in both directions, enabling a normal phone conversation.
You can call anyone, anywhere using VOIP. The recipient doesn’t need special equipment to receive the call – they can be using a traditional landline, mobile phone or VOIP phone, and won’t know what service you’re using to call them. Similarly, you’ll receive calls no matter what system your caller is using.
VOIP offers several advantages such as lower calling costs, increased portability and ease of use. However, one drawback of a VOIP phone system is its dependence on the internet. A poor internet connection may result in poor sound quality - if you have a good internet service, sound quality will not be affected.