Welcome to Telephonic
In six short years, Telephonic has grown its core Canadian voice communications network into nine additional countries across three continents. The company is committed to offering its clients world-class business telephone services.
With an ever growing client-base in Canada, the United States, Ireland, the United Kingdom, The Netherlands, Italy, Japan, Korea, Indonesia and Singapore, Telephonic is well equiped to handle your local, national and your international voice communications needs.
A NEW WAY TO COMMUNICATE.Telephonic wants to change the way you think about telephones, and change the way we all use them. Your phone could be doing a lot more for you than your current phone company allows.
By using your broadband Internet connection, Telephonic replaces your current telephone service with one that includes many more features than you have with the big telco for a half the price you pay now!
Telephonic provides a full range of products and services. From VoIP and networking equipment to telephone lines and consulting, Telephonic helps both residential and business customers use their telephones in much more intelligent and affordable ways.
WHAT WE CAN DO.
We offer competitively priced replacements for your expensive regular telco lines and your expensive proprietary telco equipment using open standards and open-source technology.
We understand that it's important to know what you're getting into before you make the switch from the regular telco to Telephonic. So, we'd like to take the first step in creating a long-lasting, trustworthy relationship with you.
Try our service for free for 1-week, learn how it works and how you can best use your new Telephonic. Before you signup, we want to make sure you're happy with our service.
Telephonic is a Canadian company looking to use the decentralized nature of the Internet and open-source software to rethink the way we use telephones.
Telephonic are challenging the old standards set by the massive phone companies, and are excited about showing our competitors just how overpriced and antiquated their telephone services have become.