Good communication is an essential tool in achieving productivity and maintaining strong working relationships at all levels of an organisation. No Barrier Communications ensures that all the communication channels are streamlined, cost effective and fast.
ECN and ECNS License holder
No Barrier Communications is an (ICASA) ECN and ECNS License holder that allows us to run electronic communications networks via either wireless or fixed line of provincial and national scope operated for commercial purposes. The ECS and ECNS license entitles us to set up national networks using the following technologies; fibre, wireless and copper. With this license we can provide internet access via these national networks. We provide wireless communication, broadband (ADSL, 3G), fibre links, leased line and V-Sat. No Barrier has established strong relationships with the best services providers in South African in order to ensure the most efficient communication services for our clients.
We provide 3g communications depending on your needs.
VPN (Virtual Private Network)
If you have multiple offices or branches No Barrier Communication will set up a Virtual Private Network (VPN) in order to ensure, secure communication over internet. This is also very useful for roaming sales reps so that they can communicate back to the office while on the road.
No Barrier provides ADSL services to users of any size. Although we are also reliant on the Telkom infrastructure the benefits of using No Barrier as your independent ADSL provider lies in our service levels. We are able to solve problems quickly and efficiently, saving you the frustration of dealing with a big national call centre. We also offer cost effective solutions based on your needs. Our services:
- Uncapped ADSL packages
- Month to month contracts
- ADSL lines
- ADSL modems
Voice over Internet Protocol (VoIP) refers to the delivery of voice and multimedia over the internet. Clients using VoIP are able to run their full communication services over the Internet rather than the public telephone system. A VoIP gateway can be integrated between the incoming land lines and the existing PABX system. The inbound and outbound calls can then be routed via the internet connection connected to the VoIP gateway. Communication between multiple branches can thus be achieved using internet connections at no additional cost. This can result in savings on local and international call costs.