by, 19th October 2008 at 02:40 PM (3034 Views)
I've been thinking lately about school phone usage and wondering why we aren't moving to VOIP in schools.
For example, at the moment, if we wish to call our LEA or a local school, we have to dial out via a PSTN line and pay a call charge. Whilst at the same time we have a perfectly usable high quality fibre-optic internet connection. Surely introducing a VOIP phone system across schools would be fairly simple - I could outfit all our local schools with suitable Asterisk based systems for less than £10k each - and all issues/changes can be dealt with remotely.
What do other people think?
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