Telephone Systems

Telephone Systems

Are you looking for a new Cloud Hosted PBX System?

Together in partnership. Alongside our expert real-time Cloud Server Service and in-the-field Support, you are assured of successfully achieving your business goals.

Smart-Wired Business customers continue to enjoy the benefit and value that our 35 years of telephone system and business experience has to offer.

Proven business partnerships are essential to project success. Smart-Wired offers great product, value pricing and real-time support.

VoIP communications come with many variables and potential pitfalls. Smart-Wired's experience will guide you through the minefield towards successful implementation.

Call about your next project (07) 858-3939


Typical Cloud PBX’s features and associated hardware include...


  • Cloud PBX
  • Public address/ IP Broadcast
  • Bells, sounders and schedulers

Call now at (07) 858-3939 and ask for a free Smart-Wired consultation.

Your calls are most welcome.


Common Questions

  • What is a difference between ADSL, VDSL & UFB?
    These are three modes of broadband service. Typically represented as improvement on upload and download of internet speeds.

    ADSL - entry level service.
    VDSL - best copper option.
    UFB - do it!
  • Naked broadband?
    Yes, 'naked' DSL or 'clothed'. It's a geeky term ... however.

    Clothed DSL is Broadband plus an analogue phone line.

    Naked DSL is Broadband (internet) service only. No telephone line, no line rental.
  • What is VoIP?
    Voice over Internet Protocol (VoIP) is the new and innovative way to make and receive phone calls over your broadband internet connection. It involves directing your calls through the internet instead of the standard telephone lines. Using VoIP technology, your phone calls are converted into data that is sent and received through your broadband connection - just like email.
  • What are SIP trunks?
    Sip trunks are high quality phone lines comparable in quality to business grade ISDN lines.

    The service is delivered over SIP trunks (SIP) Session Initiation Protocol and this method has now been established as the industry standard for delivering phone lines via a data connection.