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London calling for Scots technology firm SureVoIP after double award nomination


A leading Software as a Service (SaaS) provider will be hoping to escape with the gold after being shortlisted for a national awards event held at the Tower of London.

SureVoIP is in the running for further honours at the ITSPA Awards 2017 – organised by the Internet Telephony Service Providers Association – less than 12 months after clinching victory at last year’s final.

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LINX and Scottish Government announce the launch of new Internet Exchange for Scotland

Suretec (28/10/2013) - LINX is pleased to announce the launch of a brand new Internet Exchange for Scotland, which is now fully installed and will be passing its first Internet traffic over the next few days. The exchange called IXScotland will be LINX's first dedicated Internet Exchange (IXP) for the region.

We'll be joining very soon as AS199659!

Technology companies leading the way at Aberdeen Energy & Innovation Parks

Independent Internet Service Provider Converged Communication Solutions, along with SureVoIP, Scotland’s leading Internet Telephony provider, have been appointed as the preferred suppliers of Internet and communication services to the Aberdeen Energy and Innovation Parks.

The contract, which is potentially worth over £350,000, will see Converged supply Internet services to the parks, with SureVoIP providing IP telephony (VoIP).

The provision of services will bring advanced technology to the eighty-plus businesses located within the parks, which are held in joint venture by Buccleuch Property and Scottish Enterprise. The offering will be launched across the parks as a new ‘serviced’ office provision to all park tenants.

"We are absolutely delighted to have secured this significant contract with the Aberdeen Energy & Innovation Parks and look forward to assisting businesses within the parks to access leading technology for internet and communications,” said Neil Christie, Technical Director for Converged. “We have worked with SureVoIP on a number of projects and look forward to delivering this contract in partnership with them."

"Pre-existing high capacity fibre exists between park tenants and Converged’s backbone network, and consequently we can provide very high bandwidth, very quickly, to new tenants, or those with changing requirements" added Neil.

Business tenants will be able to gain high speed internet access via this fibre at a fraction of the cost of traditional methods. The result is highly reliable bandwidth suitable for carrying a wide range of business critical applications.

SureVoIP managing director Gavin Henry said: "SureVoIP, in partnership with Converged, are delighted to be selected to provide hosted VoIP telephony services to businesses working in and operating from the Aberdeen Energy & Innovation Parks."

"The contract highlights the parks, their owners and managers as forward-thinking organisations, using modern telecommunications to help develop the Scottish economy and allow it to flourish by working directly with service providers."

SureVoIP, regulated by Ofcom, is a member of the Internet Telephony Service Providers Association (ITSPA). The company is also the holder of an ITSPA quality mark accreditation.

Converged Communication Solutions is a leading Aberdeen-based Internet Service Provider (ISP) and IT support company, offering an extensive portfolio of inter-site networking solutions.

SureVoIP Selects NetDev's DRUM for Enterprise Audio Conferencing and Web Meetings

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NetDev, a leading telco apps developer, has announced SureVoIP as its first customer for DRUM, a new web meeting solution with integrated audio conferencing. SureVoIP is a UK-based provider of Internet telephony which targets the enterprise and SME market.

DRUM was launched in October 2012 as a value-added service to help service providers address the enterprise and small business market. DRUM audio conferencing will be hosted from SureVoIP's network, enabling SureVoIP to extend the range of communications services it offers to its customers, while maintaining control over the service to ensure its customers receive the best possible call quality.

Through DRUM, SureVoIP will be able to address the growing conferencing and web meeting market. According to AMI Research, the combined audio and web conferencing market will grow year on year to reach $2.7 billion by 2014. Despite robust growth in the overall market, service providers have been relatively slow to deliver their own conferencing and web meeting services.

SureVoIP also has the option to deliver DRUM's web meeting application to its customers, in addition to the audio conferencing service. DRUM web meetings is a central repository for every meeting a user attends,allowing participants to create meetings, present and share documents, take notes and assign tasks in the browser. It is an HTML5 application which means users can access and use it from the browser without software downloads or plugins. DRUM also has WebRTC conference calling capability which allows users to join their conference call directly from the web, with no need for an access number or PIN. DRUM web meetings is hosted by NetDev and integrates with audio through simple provisioning settings.

"Audio conferencing is a very natural addition to our services, which means an even fuller range of options for our customers," commented Gavin Henry, Managing Director at SureVoIP. "With DRUM we can extend audio conferencing to a complete web meeting and collaboration solution and WebRTC enabled conference calls can really add value to enterprise meetings and collaboration. By hosting DRUM audio conferencing we maintain ownership of the voice quality and the billing relationship, so we know we can continue to deliver the quality of service that our customers expect from us."

"DRUM delivers audio conferencing as a feature of a much wider web meeting and collaboration service. Users can join and control their conference calls directly from the browser or the fixed/mobile phone", said John Logsdon, CEO and Founder of NetDev. "It adds value to enterprise communications and enables service providers to build revenues from non-subscribers who are invited to the meeting or conference."

About SureVoIP

SureVoIP is a leading Internet Telephone Service Provider and is part of the Suretec Group. Based at Bridge of Don, Aberdeen the company has worked in locations as diverse as Canada, Nepal, the Netherlands and the Seychelles. The company is a member of the Internet Telephony Service Providers Association (ITSPA) and is regulated by Ofcom.

SureVoIP is a brand name owned by Suretec Systems Ltd. Suretec Systems is part of the Suretec Group and started providing commercial VoIP consultancy and services in 2006 using Open Source software. For various reasons relating to technical expertise, commercial growth and experience with VoIP suppliers, Suretec made a strategic and financial commitment in January 2009 to create a fully owned communications provider using Voice Over IP called SureVoIP, which is regulated by Ofcom.

For further information visit or call 01224 900123.

About NetDev

NetDev is a UK-based telco apps developer and managed services provider founded in 2003. NetDev is a self-funded, profitable business which develops and manages carrier-grade voice applications including audio conferencing.  Its global customer base includes tier one service providers such asBT, eircom and Axtel. NetDev supports open standards and contributes to various open source initiatives.  The company pioneered the use of REST APIs to integrate voice capabilities with web applications and believes HTML5 and Web RTC will transform the future of voice and video communications delivery.

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Facebook, Instagram and Microsoft. Some big numbers and scary implications for mobile, VoIP and web future!

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  1. Facebook buys Instagram photo sharing network for $1bn

  2. Why Microsoft spent $1 billion on AOL's patents 

The first one is cool and shows you how the social media sector can pay for itself when an app is released free. Instagram allows you to takes pics and automatically upload them up to Twitter, Facebook and do fancy effects on them. The native Facebook iPhone app was clunky to use with pics.

There are also 13 guys in Instagram now all worth almost $100m (CEO got most). The general comment is that the Android release last week had a big impact on the deal and also their powerful RESTful API and OAuth 2 (just like the SureVoIP API, but we weren't first :-) ). Oh, and they also run a massive PostgreSQL cluster

The scary news is that the newly owned Microsoft patents are so powerful. They just bought one for SSL, you know, the thing that allows you to go to https:// for your bank and the whole web.

There's a lot of other mobile patents in that list too. Food for thought as to what damage they can do in the future like create a Microsoft tax for many things and kill a lot of mobile innovation and there's even some in there about VoIP!

SureVoIP Launches Innovative API


Aberdeen-based communications company SureVoIP has just launched an innovative API (application programming interface) which will provide an even better service for customers and partners and allow 100% self-service and interaction with the SureVoIP suite of products and services.

To ensure communications with other products and services, the company has just launched what is believed to be UK VoIP’s first publicly available and documented Application Programming Interface (API) beta of this kind.

Commenting on the move, SureVoIP managing director Gavin Henry said: “It is vital for us to remain at the forefront of technology and it is anticipated that this API will further enhance our ability to provide the broadest possible spectrum to all customers and partners, existing or potential.

“The SureVoIP API can be used to send SMS messages, faxes, generate telephone calls, manage accounts and telephone numbers, subscribe to event notifications and use a feature called OAuth 2.0 which allows third parties to create Apps like those for Twitter and Facebook.

“Various partnerships have been put in place to maximise adoption and many of our existing customers are already incorporating this API into their Mobile App strategy. Because of this, SureVoIP has also started development work on its own mobile app for customers and partners as well as a long list of exciting new ways to make a telephone call.”

SureVoIP is regulated by Ofcom, is a member of the Internet Telephony Service Providers Association (ITSPA) and is a finalist in that organisation’s 2012 awards. The company is also the holder of an ITSPA Quality Mark accreditation. For further information visit or call 01224 900123 or email

Notes to Editors

SureVoIP is a leading Internet Telephone Service Provider and is part of the Suretec Group. Based at Bridge of Don, Aberdeen the company has worked in locations as diverse as Canada, Nepal, the Netherlands and the Seychelles. The company is a member of the Internet Telephony Service Providers Association (ITSPA) and is regulated by Ofcom. For further information visit or call 01224 900123.

Public Holidays

Suretec Due to public holidays in the UK the Suretec office will be closed for normal business on Friday 22nd & Monday 25th of April, Friday 29th April and Monday 2nd May.

OpenLDAP 2.4.25 released

OpenLDAPOpen SourceSuretec OpenLDAP 2.4.25 is now officially out. Download now and review the final changes list:

OpenLDAP 2.4.25 is now available for download as detailed on our download page:

and should soon be available on all official mirrors:

This is a maintenance release and is made available for general use. Users of OpenLDAP Software are encouraged to upgrade.

Significant contributors include:

Howard Chu (Symas Corp)
Quanah Gibson-Mount (VMware, Inc)
Ralf Haferkamp (SUSE Linux)
Pierangelo Masarati (Politecnico di Milano)

OpenLDAP 2.4.25 Release (2011/03/26)
Fixed ldapsearch pagedresults loop (ITS#6755)
Fixed tools for incompatible args (ITS#6849)
Fixed libldap MozNSS crash (ITS#6863)
Fixed slapd add objectclasses in order (ITS#6837)
Added slapd ordering for uidNumber and gidNumber (ITS#6852)
Fixed slapd segfault when adding values out of order (ITS#6858)
Fixed slapd sortval handling (ITS#6845)
Fixed slapd-bdb with slapadd/index quick option (ITS#6853)
Fixed slapd-ldap[?] chain cn=config support (ITS#6837)
Fixed slapd-ldap chain with slapd.conf (ITS#6857)
Fixed slapd-meta deadlock (ITS#6846)
Fixed slapo-sssvlv with multiple requests (ITS#6850)
Fixed contrib/lastbind install rules (ITS#6238)
Fixed contrib/cloak install rules (ITS#6877)
Build Environment
Fixed windows NT threads build (ITS#6859)
Fixed libldap/lberl/util if/else usage (ITS#6832)
Fixed Windows odbc32 detection (ITS#6125)
Fixed Windows msys build (ITS#6870)
Fixed test020 exit codes (ITS#6404)
admin24 guide ldapi usage (ITS#6839)
admin24 guide conversion notes (ITS#6834)
admin24 guide fix drawback math for syncrepl (ITS#6866)
admin24 guide note manpages are definitive (ITS#6855)

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SHA1 (openldap-2.4.25.tgz) = 56efaf3656cc68d3b5be66422c0c89f0104d7183

SureVoIP shortlisted for prestigious industry award

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Aberdeen-based internet telephony service provider SureVoIP has been shortlisted for a prestigious industry award.


The company is one of six finalists in the ‘Best Business ITSP (Internet Telephony Service Provider) for SMEs’ category of the 2011 ITSPA (Internet Telephony Service Providers’ Association) Awards.


The winner of the accolade – presented to the company which the judging panel deems provides the best service for small and medium business users – will be announced at an awards ceremony in the iconic BT Tower in London, on Monday, March 7.

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OpenLDAP 2.4.24 released

OpenLDAPOpen SourceSuretec OpenLDAP 2.4.24 is now officially out. Download now and review the final changes list:

OpenLDAP 2.4.24 is now available for download as detailed on our download page:

and should soon be available on all official mirrors:

This is a maintenance release and is made available for general use. Users of OpenLDAP Software are encouraged to upgrade.

Significant contributors include:
Howard Chu (Symas Corp)
Hallvard Furuseth (University of Oslo)
Quanah Gibson-Mount (VMware, Inc)
Ralf Haferkamp (SUSE Linux)
Gavin Henry (Suretec Systems)
Pierangelo Masarati (Politecnico di Milano)
Rein Tollevik (Basefarm AS)

OpenLDAP 2.4.24 Release (2011/02/10)
Added LDIF line wrapping setting (ITS#6645)
Added MozNSS support (ITS#6714,ITS#6742,ITS#6790,ITS#6791)
Added MozNSS support (ITS#6802,ITS#6811,ITS#6816,ITS#5696)
Added libldap cert x500UniqueIdentifier handling (ITS#6741)
Added libldap_r,libldap formal concurrency API (ITS#6625,ITS#5421)
Added slapadd attribute value checking (ITS#6592)
Added slapcat continue mode for problematic DBs (ITS#6482)
Added slapd syncrepl suffixmassage support (ITS#6781)
Added slapd multiple listener threads (ITS#6780)
Added slapd extensible match for ordering rules (ITS#6532)
Added slapd-meta paged results control forwarding (ITS#6664)
Added slapd-meta subtree-include support (ITS#6801)
Added slapd-null back-config support (ITS#6624)
Added slapd-sql autocommit support (ITS#6612)
Added slapd-sql support for long long keys (ITS#6617)
Added slapo-sssvlv multiple sorts per connection (ITS#6686)
Added contrib/autogroup LDAP[?] URI with attribute filter (ITS#6536)
Added contrib/dupent module (ITS#6630)
Added contrib/lastbind (ITS#6238)
Added contrib/kinit for kerberos tickets
Added contrib/noopsrch for entry counting (ITS#6598)
Fixed client tools control logging (ITS#6775)
Fixed client tools one time leak (ITS#6778)
Fixed liblber to not close invalid sockets (ITS#6585)
Fixed liblber unmatched brace handling (ITS#6764)
Fixed liblber error setting (ITS#6732)
Fixed liblber memory debugging (ITS#6733)
Fixed libldap connectionless warnings (ITS#6747)
Fixed libldap dnssrv port format specifier (ITS#6644)
Fixed libldap EOF handling (ITS#6723)
Fixed libldap GnuTLS hang on socket close (ITS#6673)
Fixed libldap sasl partial write handling (ITS#6639)
Fixed libldap search leak (ITS#6453)
Fixed libldap referral chasing (ITS#6602)
Fixed libldap leak when chasing referrals (ITS#6744)
Fixed libldap url parsing with NULL host (ITS#6653)
Fixed libldap ldap_open_internal_connection (ITS#6788)
Fixed libldap sync checking for BER errors (ITS#6738)
Fixed libldap variable usage (ITS#6813)
Fixed liblutil getpass prompts (ITS#6702)
Fixed ldapsearch segfault with deref (ITS#6638)
Fixed ldapsearch multiple controls parsing (ITS#6651)
Fixed slapd SlapReply usage (ITS#6758)
Fixed slapd acl parsing overflow (ITS#6611)
Fixed slapd acl when resuming parsing (ITS#6804)
Fixed slapd Compare operation (ITS#6753)
Fixed slapd default config acls with overlays (ITS#6822)
Fixed slapd assert control (ITS#5862)
Fixed slapd assertions and debugging (ITS#6759)
Fixed slapd config leak with olcDbDirectory (ITS#6634)
Fixed slapd connectionless warnings (ITS#6747)
Fixed slapd listeners destruction (ITS#6736)
Fixed slapd to free controls if needed (ITS#6629)
Fixed slapd to stop if given unknown options (ITS#6754)
Fixed slapd filter leak (ITS#6635)
Fixed slapd matching rules for strict ordering (ITS#6722)
Fixed slapd when first acl is value dependent (ITS#6693)
Fixed slapd modify to return actual error (ITS#6581)
Fixed slapd modrdn with empty DN (ITS#6768)
Fixed slapd c_authz_backend setting (ITS#6824)
Fixed slapd sortvals of attributes with 1 value (ITS#6715)
Fixed slapd syncrepl reuse of presence list (ITS#6707)
Fixed slapd syncrepl uninitialized return code (ITS#6719)
Fixed slapd syncrepl variable initialization (ITS#6739)
Fixed slapd syncrepl refresh to use complete cookie (ITS#6807)
Fixed slapd-bdb hasSubordinates generation (ITS#6712)
Fixed slapd-bdb entry cache delete failure (ITS#6577)
Fixed slapd-bdb entry cache leak on multi-core systems (ITS#6660)
Fixed slapd-bdb error propagation to overlays (ITS#6633)
Fixed slapd-bdb slapadd -q with glued dbs (ITS#6794)
Fixed slapd-ldap[?] debug output of timeout (ITS#6721)
Fixed slapd-ldap DNSSRV referral chaining (ITS#6565)
Fixed slapd-ldap chaining with bind failures (ITS#6607)
Fixed slapd-ldap chaining with onelevel scope (ITS#6699)
Fixed slapd-ldap chaining with ppolicy (ITS#6540)
Fixed slapd-ldap with SASL/EXTERNAL (ITS#6642)
Fixed slapd-ldap crasher on matchedDN (ITS#6793)
Fixed slapd-ldap with unknown objectClasses (ITS#6814)
Fixed slapd-ldif error strings (ITS#6731)
Fixed slapd-ndb to honor rootpw setting (ITS#6661)
Fixed slapd-ndb hasSubordinates generation (ITS#6712)
Fixed slapd-ndb variable initialization (ITS#6806)
Fixed slapd-ndb with out of order attributes (ITS#6821)
Fixed slapd-meta anon retry with failed auth method (ITS#6643)
Fixed slapd-meta rebind proc (ITS#6665)
Fixed slapd-meta to correctly rebind as user (ITS#6574)
Fixed slapd-meta with SASL/EXTERNAL (ITS#6642)
Fixed slapd-meta matchedDN return code (ITS#6774)
Fixed slapd-meta candidate selection (ITS#6799)
Fixed slapd-meta attribute normalization (ITS#6818)
Fixed slapd-monitor hasSubordinates generation (ITS#6712)
Fixed slapd-monitor abandon processing (ITS#6783)
Fixed slapd-monitor entry locks (ITS#6787)
Fixed slapd-sock missing newline in Compare operation (ITS#6809)
Fixed slapd-sql with null objectClass (ITS#6616)
Fixed slapd-sql hasSubordinates generation (ITS#6712)
Fixed slapo-accesslog with controls (ITS#6652)
Fixed slapo-dynlist Compare operation (ITS#6752)
Fixed slapo-dynlist entry handling (ITS#6752)
Fixed slapo-memberof CSN generation (ITS#6766)
Fixed slapo-memberof log messages (ITS#6748)
Fixed slapo-memberof with an empty groupOfNames (ITS#6670)
Fixed slapo-memberof with modrdn operations (ITS#6700)
Fixed slapo-pcache callback freeing (ITS#6640)
Fixed slapo-pcache to ignore undefined attrs (ITS#6600)
Fixed slapo-pcache pointer freeing (ITS#6797)
Fixed slapo-pcache with negative caching (ITS#6796)
Fixed slapo-pcache monitoring cleanup (ITS#6808)
Fixed slapo-ppolicy don't update opattrs on consumers (ITS#6608)
Fixed slapo-ppolicy to allow userPassword deletion (ITS#6620)
Fixed slapo-refint when last group member is deleted (ITS#6663)
Fixed slapo-refint with subtree rename (ITS#6730)
Fixed slapo-rwm double free (ITS#6720)
Fixed slapo-rwm crasher (ITS#6632,ITS#6727)
Fixed slapo-rwm entry handling (ITS#6760)
Fixed slapo-rwm response hang (ITS#6792)
Fixed slapo-sssvlv initialization (ITS#6649)
Fixed slapo-sssvlv to not advertise when unused (ITS#6647)
Fixed slapo-sssvlv result code (ITS#6685)
Fixed slapo-syncprov to send error if consumer is newer (ITS#6606)
Fixed slapo-syncprov filter race condition (ITS#6708)
Fixed slapo-syncprov active mod race (ITS#6709)
Fixed slapo-syncprov to refresh if context is dirty (ITS#6710)
Fixed slapo-syncprov CSN updates to all replicas (ITS#6718)
Fixed slapo-syncprov sessionlog ordering (ITS#6716)
Fixed slapo-syncprov sessionlog with adds (ITS#6503)
Fixed slapo-syncprov mutex (ITS#6438)
Fixed slapo-syncprov mincsn check with MMR (ITS#6717)
Fixed slapo-syncprov control leak (ITS#6795)
Fixed slapo-syncprov error codes (ITS#6812)
Fixed slapo-translucent entry leak (ITS#6746)
Fixed contrib/autogroup install location (ITS#6684)
Fixed contrib/autogroup crash with ppolicy (ITS#6684)
Fixed contrib/autogroup with non-DN URIs (ITS#6684)
Fixed contrib/autogroup with memberOf overlay (ITS#6684)
Fixed contrib/cloak when returning multiple entries (ITS#6762)
Fixed contrib/nssov to only close socket on shutdown (ITS#6676)
Fixed contrib/nssov multi platform support (ITS#6604)
Build Environment
Added support for [unsigned] long long (ITS#6622)
Added slapd support for BDB 5.0+ (ITS#6698)
Fixed config.guess/sub to pick up newer OSes (ITS#6547)
Fixed libldap mutex code - cleanup (ITS#6672)
Fixed libldap unnecessary ifdef's (ITS#6603)
Fixed slapd-tester EOF handling (ITS#6723)
Fixed slapd-tester filter initialization (ITS#6735)
Fixed test scripts with alternate testdir (ITS#6782)
Removed antiquated SunOS LWP support (ITS#6669)
admin24 guide fix examples (ITS#6681)
admin24 guide typo fixes (ITS#6609)
admin24 guide refint rootdn requirement (ITS#6364)
admin24 add pcache overlay section (ITS#6521)
ldap_open(3) document ldap_set_urllist_proc (ITS#6601)
ldap.conf(5) GnuTLS cipher spec info (ITS#6525)
slapd.conf(5) GnlTLS cipher spec info (ITS#6525)
slapd.conf(5) multi-listener support (ITS#6780)
slapd-config(5) GnuTLS cipher spec info (ITS#6525)
slapd-config(5) multi-listener support (ITS#6780)
slapd-meta(5) note deprecated items (ITS#6800)
slapd-meta(5) document subtree-include (ITS#6801)
slapo-pcache(5) note rootdn requirement (ITS#6522)
slapo-refint(5) rootdn requirement (ITS#6364)

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SHA1 (openldap-2.4.24.tgz) = a4baad3d45ae5810ba5fee48603210697c70d52f

Telephones for the professional

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The innovative application of broadband internet technology to traditional telephony is set to radically change the world of business

TO ESTABLISH and maintain a successful business operation, modern-day professionals require an ever-growing arsenal of technology and tools at their disposal.

Topping the list of non-negotiable requirements are a computer, an internet connection, a mobile phone and, of course, a fixed phone line.

The digital age has brought a multitude of advancements to traditional telephony, which now uses a combination of fibre optic cables, microwave transmission links, cellular networks and communication satellites to send voice communications across the world.

However, the fact remains that traditional analogue systems such as wire circuitry are still used to connect that vital last mile from the exchange to the telephone.

Despite a global outlook, the modern-day professional is still very much tied to local-level restraints of limited flexibility and costliness.

Today, innovative application of broadband internet technology to traditional telephony is abolishing the need for this last mile of copper wiring, and is consequently bringing the modern-day professional into the global community.

Voice over Internet Protocol (VoIP) transmits voice and multimedia communication through the internet as opposed to the traditional phone line – essentially combining the flexibility and cost efficiency of the internet with the main functions of traditional telephony.

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SureVoIP January Sale - 50% off for 3 weeks only

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We hope you are now rested and ready for 2011.

To celebrate the start of 2011 SureVoIP is having its first January sale. We're reducing the price of our memorable numbers by 50%!

To take advantage of this, from the 5th of January for 3 weeks (until 26th January) simply go to our front page and select your VoIP enabled UK telephone number or go straight to our sign up page (don't forget you can get international VoIP numbers too).

Did you also know that SureVoIP was awarded the Internet Telephony Services Providers' Association Quality Mark? The ITSPA Quality Mark is formal recognition of what SureVoIP has always aimed to implement - a VoIP service that can be trusted to provide its customers with a fair and reliable service which is constantly striving for excellence.

There's never been a better time to use VoIP for your business if you aren't already. You don't need to lose your existing numbers as you can "port" your existing numbers to VoIP and VoIP enable them. Unlike traditional PSTN numbers, your numbers won't be tied to a telephone exchange so you never lose them (good for growing businesses that move office or open a new one)!

We can also move your existing VoIP numbers to SureVoIP and have had quite a few new customers that were with other business VoIP providers move to us.

If you have any questions about VoIP being suitable for your company or in general please call us on 01224 900123 or visit

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