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The wait is now over, and we are excited to announce the imminent release of this innovative modular sensor-based system – The Gigaset Elements Starter Kit. Gigaset Elements Starter Kit

Developed after extensive research carried out in people’s homes, Gigaset brings us a modern home security kit, which will be the foundation for an expandable system that with capabilities of monitoring many aspects of the home environment.

Consisting of an intelligent door sensor, motion sensor, and base, the Gigaset Elements starter kit gathers and relays data from your home to a secure and learning cloud server, which is then accessible from your phone via iOS or Andoid App in real-time.

Whilst we are yet to get our hands on one, we will outline the what you can expect to gain from this unique product: Continue reading “The Gigaset Elements Starter Kit..the start of a smarter home security system” »

RTX 8630 IP DECTEven with the increase in popularity of email, social media, and various other modes of online communication, telecommunication still remains a necessity for any organisation hoping to succeed. However, finding a viable solution to the demands of a growing volume of incoming and outgoing calls can be a minefield…
The arrival of the 8630 IP DECT from RTX heralds a cost effective and simple solution for small organisations offering mobility for up to 200 users, outstanding HD audio quality, ease-of-use, and state of the art functionality. Allowing users to avoid the pitfalls of more traditional and soon to be erstwhile PBX systems, which still remain costly to install, boast far less features, and can include long-term operation and maintenance costs. Continue reading “The RTX 8630 IP DECT SME VOIP System – a simple cost-effective solution for small businesses” »

We have always been impressed by Panasonic phones, and with their latest offering – the lightweight and super sleek KX-PRX 120 – Panasonic look set to maintain their reputation for offering the latest and greatest in cordless telephony. Combining a high-quality 3.5” TFT Multi-capacitive Touch Screen with chic design, we love the look of this ultra-modern home phone. And whilst we’re yet to get our hands on it, this Android enabled, Wi-Fi enhanced beauty certainly comes packed with features to get us excited.

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Synchronization of your address book, calendar and e-mails with your smartphone or PC will be made easy with Google Cloud, meaning your home phone can become integrated (and kept up to date) with all your other communication devices. Continue reading “Drum roll please… introducing a stylish new Android Touch Screen DECT phone from Panasonic” »

Glasgow Business Awards 2013We are pleased to announce that liGo has won the Glasgow Business Award for the Best Performing Business (11-50 employees) 2013.

The Glasgow Chamber of Commerce who runs the ceremony saw a record number of nominations this year, so it was a privilege just to make the shortlist among so many strong contenders in our category:  The Butchershop Bar & Grill, Effective Visual Marketing, Fleet Alliance Ltd., Glasgow Credit Union, and Mabbett.

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In what has been a difficult few years for many small businesses to succeed, our commitment to delivering outstanding customer service has ensured our continued growth. With recent Continue reading “liGo – Glasgow Business Award Winner 2013” »

The BT Home SmartPhone certainly had the potential to be deserving of the accolade ‘Best Cordless Phone’, but after reviewing this product ourselves, we think this feature-rich home phone from BT falls somewhat short of the mark. With a 3.5” capacitive touch screen, range of features and stylish-design we had high hopes for this smart Android home phone….

Bt Home SmartPhoneAs a DECT phone it performs brilliantly – the clarity of calls is superb, and whilst it only comes with a Quick Start guide we found the set-up to be pretty straightforward and the full user manual is easily available online (you can download it from our website here). Packed with all the normal features you would expect from a cordless phone: answering machine, good range, caller display, large phonebook…this phone compares well against its competitors. The menu layout is clear and the large touchscreen makes navigating through the features and customising the phone very easy. All in all we were fairly impressed. Continue reading “BT Home SmartPhone review – could it be the best cordless phone on the market?” »

In a few short years, the mobile phone has transformed the way we communicate. We’re better connected with people known to us, but at the cost of in-person contact. We’ve created the following infographic to explore whether the abundance of phones has killed the conversation…

Have Phones Killed the Conversation Infographic

…so have Phones killed the Conversation? Let us know what you think by adding your comments below and feel free to embed the infographic in your own blog with the embed code below.

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Is Social Media Bad For Your Phone?If you have a smartphone, then the chances are you’ve used social media on your mobile at one point or another. It’s great to be connected all the time, but what are the negative effects of social media on your mobile? We’ve developed an infographic to find out the answer…

Key Facts

  • 47% of people use social media from their mobiles
  • 340 million Facebook app users on iPhone and Android
  • After Nov 2012 release of the Facebook app, mobile signal used by the app rocketed by 600% despite their membership only increasing by 4%
  • The Facebook app requests 24% of its data volume from YouTube, 16.5% from Twitter, and 15.8% from Tumblr
  • Mobile data usage is expected to increase 2000% by 2017
  • The cost per megabyte of mobile data has decreased from $0.46 to $0.03 in the last five years
  • Uploading 1 photo a day to Twitter costs $0.195
  • Viewing 10 photos a day on Twitter costs $0.15
  • Annual cost of using Twitter on your mobile: $125.93 Continue reading “Is Social Media Bad For Your Phone? [Infographic]” »

This year we’ve seen the emergence of Siemens and Panasonic as clearly the best brands for cordless phones. But with an abundance of choice, we wanted to bring you the best of the best. We tested each phone for best sound, durability, styling, features and much more.

Here they are, the best cordless phones to have graced us in 2013.

Continue reading “liGo best awards – the finest cordless phones” »

We’ve been anticipating it for months – and now it’s here. The new BT6500 hit the market this week amidst claims that it has the power to rid your life of nuisance calls. That’s something we just had to look into further, so as soon as the new model arrived at our offices we dropped everything to bring you our review of BT’s latest offering and whether it can really live up to the hype. Intrigued? Read on…

Why have BT brought out the 6500?

BT 6500 LivingPicture the scene. You’re looking forward to a lazy lie-in after a hard week at the office. You’re planning a romantic little tryst with you better half. The baby’s asleep after hours of fussing and soothing. You’re ill, you’re entertaining friends, you’re in the bath… Continue reading “BT 6500 Review from liGo – With nuisance call blocking: our hot off the press review” »

Hot on the heels of Ofcom’s new figures showing that 71% of landline customers receive unwanted nuisance calls, BT has launched a new handset designed to alleviate the problem.

Available to buy even for non BT customers, the BT 6500 is already generating serious market attention due to BT’s claim that it can block up to 80% of unwanted calls.

They include all calls from international numbers as well as withheld numbers and a further 10 numbers specified by the handset’s user.

BT6500 Telephone

Ofcom’s research Continue reading “BT tackles nuisance calls head-on with the new BT 6500 Telephone” »

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