Port your number
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PORT YOUR NUMBER
Switch your phone numbers to CFone Communications today and get 1st class Customer Service and Support at low prices.
We promise to give you better customer service than your current provider. See what our customers say about the level of care we offer. (CARE LEVELS SHOULD BE HYPERLINK TO REVIEWS)
Porting your number to us is easy. We have agreements with all the major communication providers BT, Virgin, Sky, Talk Talk, Vodafone (YOU CAN USE LOGOS AND EXTERNAL LINKS TO EACH OF THESE) that make porting your existing numbers a breeze.
We don’t charge for porting numbers and better still we can help you reduce early termination fees, which your current supplier may try to charge you.
To find out more about Porting Your Number see the articles below or call us and talk to one of our experts.
Ready to start saving money? Fill in our porting authorisation form and send it over to us. Our expert team will handle the rest for you.
WHAT IS PORTING?
Number porting is the simple process of moving telephone numbers from one operator to another. If you already have a telephone number with another provider, but you would like us to maintain and provide services for that number, then you can port it to us.
We assist our customers every step of the way. The process can be handled very quickly with little or no disruption of service.
Still using ISDN or Analogue lines to run your business? See how much better off your business could be with your communications managed by CFone VoIP:
CASE STUDY SOUTH EAST CARS
WHY PORT YOUR NUMBER TO US?
We guarantee that by porting your existing numbers we will reduce your call bills for a like-for-like set-up. We know that our best-in-class call handling services will help you refine and manage your business calls to greater effect, helping to drive further cost efficiencies.
Once you are live on the Windsor Telecom platform, you can enjoy a wide range of features completely free. You will be able to access free live online call statistics and use our free call divert service with instant call rerouting – you will even benefit from inclusive call minutes and many other features at absolutely no extra charge.
The Windsor Telecom team has ported thousands of numbers onto our platform over many years. When you choose to port to us your dedicated Account Manager will take care of everything – you are in safe hands.
MARKET LEADING PORTAL
Our online portal, My Windsor, gives you control of your business telecoms. Get instant online access, from any device, so you can manage all of your call handling products, change settings and see up-to-the-minute call statistics – anytime, anywhere.
HOW DOES PORTING WORK?
SIMPLE AND STRAIGHTFORWARD
We will manage the whole process for you – all you need to do is contact us with a copy of your most recent broadband and telecoms bill from your existing suppliers before we start.
COMPLETE THE FORM
Download our simple, one-page porting form. Fill in the section with your company details, numbers and the details of your existing provider. Remember to list all your numbers and identify which is your broadband clearly.
EMAIL, FAX OR POST
Print the form, then sign and date it. Email the authorisation form and a recent invoice from your supplier to us at firstname.lastname@example.org
LEAVE THE REST TO US
We will contact your existing provider for you, and submit your porting request. We will arrange the activation of your new account and the disconnection of your old one. You’ll soon receive communication from all parties confirming your transfer request and, finally, your numbers will typically be ported to CFone VoIP within 10-20 days.
The Internet has changed society faster than any previous technology, including radio, television, and telephones.In modern phones, the underlying protocols that run the Internet and World Wide Web reinvented voice communications.Most people don’t see the Internet in their phones and even fewer understand it, but that doesn’t matter because they appreciate the benefits. Before 2002, voice telephone systems used data packet networking only for long distance connections.Starting in 2002, VoIP (Voice over Internet Protocol) telephone systems arrived.The result? More phone features, better call quality, and lower cost. How well is VoIP doing in the market? In early 2013, only about a third of all installed business phone lines are VoIP.By 2016, two-thirds of all installed business phone lines are projected to be VoIP.
- No hardware to buy except phones
- Pay only for lines used Service providers work on a month-by-month basis
- Office phones can be located anywhere with an Internet connection
Before VoIP, each company needed telephone hardware, usually hidden in a telephone closet.Wires from each phone jack ran to this closet, where the hardware (a key system in smaller companies, PBX in larger ones) connected to wires from the telephone carrier.This meant each company had to buy hardware to support a certain number of phones.If the equipment bundled groups of 16 lines, and you needed 33 lines, you had to buy three bundles.You paid not for what you used but how the vendor organized their equipment. Today, VoIP phone systems eliminate the need to pay for phone equipment you’re not using.In fact, you can have zero hardware onsite (except for the phones themselves, of course), and budget zero dollars for such hardware.Welcome to Hosted VoIP.