Executive Level Business Communications
Business call quality is a prerequisite for any company choosing a mobile phone operator. In a market overwhelmed with new calling apps and VoIP services it is easy to become confused and make a choice that simply does not keep you well connected with your team and your customers.
PiPCall has been designed to use GSM (global system for mobile) voice and not data like VoIP apps.
The GSM network is the universal standard across the globe facilitating seamless transfer of calls whilst maintaining the highest call quality standards.
This means PiPcall delivers carrier grade call quality with fewer dropped calls and reduced battery burn, unlike VOIP applications.
OFCOMs recently released “mobile call quality” research that stated “Once initiated, less than 1% of all voice calls were dropped due to loss of service, with no significant differences when comparing rurality, nations or network technologies.” Ofcom, June, 2019.
PiPcall is also agnostic to carrier and smartphone brand. The app can be downloaded onto any iOS or Android device where the coverage and call quality mirrors that of the users existing (host) carrier. Therefore, implementing a BYOD (bring your own device policy) to your company has never been easier as no matter what network or device your employees use, they will be able to use PiPcall as their business phone.
What are the benefits of using the GSM voice network over VoIP and what do they mean to the end user?
- Extremely high quality calls. Call quality is superior to that of VoIP and data based applications. This means that your teams and staff are able to communicate clearly and without disruption.
- Coverage mirrors UK mobile carriers. The greater geographic coverage of voice networks means significantly less dropped calls and full mobility therefore your employees will never miss an important call due to having no WiFi or poor data coverage.
- Calls via PiPcall do not use the employee’s personal call minutes. This means employees won’t be concerned about incurring extra costs to their personal phone as a result of making business calls. Businesses also save money on both buying new mobile devices and time on administration of call expenses.