Should video telephony be considered?

By James Pugh | Sponsored articles | Published: | Last Updated:

Few industries are as fast-paced and ever-changing as the telecoms industry, writes Amelia Ebdon of Network Telecom.

Amelia Ebdon, marketing manager of Network Telecom

Whether it’s the release of the latest handset, connectivity upgrades or new software, there is always exciting new technology for your business to consider.

A great example of this is the emergence of IP video telephony and video conferencing phones, but what could the benefits be for your business?

First and foremost, a business phone system with multimedia capabilities will allow you to make both internal and external HD video calls – meaning you can take your conversations with your partners and colleagues and even your customers to the next level, regardless of whether they are in the office or working remotely.

Video telephony solutions, such as NT Multimedia, that run on Android also give you the capability to download your favourite applications.

Whether you want to control your office’s sound system, share files or check the weather, the possibilities are endless.

Plus, by connecting your favourite Bluetooth devices, like a pair of headphones or your mobile phone, you can transform your phone system into a truly personal and interactive experience.

Crucially, you can also use your video phone to check your emails and your calendar without even having to turn on your computer.

This will help boost both the efficiency and productivity of your workforce, allowing them to work smarter.


When considering your office phone system, you now have the option to choose a solution that can genuinely make your working day easier.

Of course, you can still enjoy all the usual phone system features – such as call recording, call reporting, voice calls and voicemail – but why stop there? The future is here.

For more information about video telephony and Network Telecom’s new NT Multimedia devices, call 01952 221 312 or visit

James Pugh

By James Pugh

Shropshire Star Business and Farming Editor.


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