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SpliceCom Options

Just as SpliceCom enable you to have an on-site, multi-site, hosted or a mix of the options to suit your technical needs and requirements for resiliency. SpliceCom enable you to match that technical choice with your cashflow, be it a traditional purchase with a tiny running cost or a minimal initial outlay with pay as you go pricing structure or a variety of half way houses.

It is the monthly bill for your telecoms that over the years makes the difference to your bottom line. Unlike a data server that gets replaced every few years, a phone system easy last 10, and we are still supporting systems we installed over 20 years ago. Who wants to be renting something for 20 years and pay the purchase price many times over, when they could have bought it outright or spread the cost over just 3 years?

Lowest total cost

If you run the SpliceCom system yourselves and buy it outright, then your ongoing cost it for the line rental, and support at 1 per user per month.

Have it hosted

If you don't want the system in your office, from 50 per month gets it hosted in SpliceCom's data centre

Don't buy the licences

You can pay monthly for the licences with just one month's notice, whether the control unit is your or hosted by us or SpliceCom

Don't buy the hardware

Rent the hardware - handsets, MAP control unit and after 3 years it is yours and you can then stop paying for it.

Pay per user

If you prefer the standard hosted model where you pay the same amount per user per month, we can offer that too.

Cost effective compromise

If you have something better to do with your cash than buy a phone system, but don't want to pay for it forever. Then, buy the licences and spread the cost of the hardware over 3 years.

Let us know your preferred option and we will provide you with a personal quote based on your technical choices and preferred payment scheme.

All prices exclude VAT, and were correct on 02/03/2023 16:14:00 , but should only be used as a guide.