Maintenance & Relocation Service
Why get Phone Systems Maintenance?
What would happen if your phone system stopped working?
The reliability of your voice and data network is likely to be a critical success factor for staying in business.
With our Phone Systems Maintenance, you’ve got the peace of mind of a single maintenance supplier for your voice and data needs – we can maintain your phone system and your Local Area Network (LAN).
It’s available for all customers who have voice or data products, regardless of whether purchased via BT or another supplier.
TAK SHUN COMMUNICATION LTD have put this guide to relocating your business phone lines and PABX system to help you to avoid any issues or down time with your phones. There are list of important questions that you will need to provide to ensure a smooth and non disruptive move of your telecommunications. Although we speak of relocating the phone lines the facts are the lines are not physically moved. New phone line/s are set up at the new premises and the old phone numbers are then switched over or diverted.
PABX systems play an important role in all businesses and are used extensively in virtually every sector of the company. Disruption to your operations as a result of system down may result in data loss, downtime, loss of fax machine and telephone, and inconvenience to your staff and your customers. PABX repair service is an important service TAK SHUN offers to our clients.
TAK SHUN will provide our clients with PABX programming service which is important to a new or an existing user. For example, Set up the dial plan for the system. The dial plan tells the system what the extension numbers are to begin with and how to get an outside line, feature access codes and the number for the attendant console. Set up the number 9 to gain an outside line and 0 for the operator console.
Configure the system parameters and feature access codes. System parameters set up music on hold, caller id, system alerting and various call treatment options. Feature access codes are numbers you can dial to access system features such as conferencing, speed dialing, call park, call coverage, call pickup and call transfer among others. Use one to three digit numbers and make sure they do not match any portions of numbers you have planned for extensions.