Consider SIP Trunking for More Affordable and Reliable Communication

 

What is SIP Trunking?

 

SIP (Session Initiation Protocol) trunking is a telecommunications technique made possible with VoIP (Voice Over Internet Protocol) phone systems. SIP trunking provides a virtual connection over the internet, unlike traditional phone systems, which are physically connected to a phone company through landline telephone lines. Although multiple lines are shared, call volume is increased and each user can still have a direct inward dialing (DID) line. Also, DID lines are less expensive when purchased with a SIP Trunk.

 

Three Benefits of SIP Trunking

 

SIP trunking provides a flexible, cost-effective and reliable solution to suit your communication needs. Among this technique’s many advantages are:

 

  1. Scalability. Standard PRIs are sold in groups of 23 channels, but SIP trunks are sold individually on an as-needed basis. As your business grows, simply add more channels. Additionally, a business can buy more DID numbers than SIP trunks. This provides a low-cost way for a business to allocate private incoming numbers to each employee without having to pay for a dedicated line or SIP trunk for each.

 

  1. Affordability. Calls made through SIP trunking travel primarily over the internet and not through landline telephone lines, which substantially reduces or eliminates long-distance charges.

 

  1. Reliability. In the event of a power outage, SIP calls can automatically be re-routed to an alternate office location or mobile devices. Also, a company can elect to have redundant internet services at their place of business enabling SIP trunks to have multiple pathways limiting costly downtime.

 

Make the move to SIP trunking today!

 

 

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