Dial 9 is our communications company specialising in VoIP solutions for small to medium sized businesses in the UK.

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Supercharge your SME  

Posted on the 9th April 

Let’s face it. People love their cars. Many make customisations to make their car incrementally better, whether that's painting it, upgrading the stereo system, adding a spoiler onto the back,...

What makes a business successful?

Posted on the 28th February 

The UK is a nation of start-ups, with 660,000 new companies registered in the UK each year. But how many of these will survive in the long term? According to...

5 ways to grow your business

Posted on the 25th February 

Keeping an eye on the bottom line is important for any SME. Whether you’re running a start-up, or a business that’s been around for a while, expenses can quickly add...

4 ways to promote your business locally

Posted on the 19th February 

“Buy Local” is more than just a nifty slogan or meme. There’s a natural British pride in local communities, as proven by independent research and studies. For example, four-fifths of...

What’s the best small business phone system? 

Posted on the 9th January 

Imagine you’re in a café catching up on some work over a coffee and get an important business call on your laptop. You have a professional phone number that follows...

Does my business need a landline?

Posted in December 2019 

Despite advancements in technology, our communication habits often remain stuck in the past. Too many SMEs stick to landline phones, when they don’t fulfil their businesses needs. This is changing,...

The advantages and disadvantages of VoIP

Posted in March 2019 

There are benefits and drawbacks to moving to a VoIP telephone system. In this article, we explore the advantages and disadvantages of VoIP and discuss the impact they could have on your small business.

New price cap on 118 numbers

Posted in December 2018 

As a result of a growing concern about directory enquiry prices rising steeply, Ofcom have made the decision to introduce a price cap on calls to 118 numbers.