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Here’s How To Save $ With SIP Trunks
- Suitable for Medium Businesses with an IP PBX
- Cheaper Calls, No Connection Fees and Line Costs
- FREE Calls between Offices
- Modern Alternative to ISDN Channels
- Available in 2 line multiples (2,4,6,8,10 etc)
- Direct Indial Number Range in Batches of 10
- Get as many SIP Trunks (lines) as your Broadband Connection can handle
- Check out our 100% satisfaction Guarantee
Huge savings on call costs
With FREE calls between offices and exclusive plans offering unlimited calls so staff can talk for as long as they like without you feeling the pinch.
Excellent flexibility for business cycles
Business rarely remains the same, from time to time your business may need extra resources. With SIP Trunks you can easily increase or decrease your lines as and when you need. Best of all they are simple to order and install, with more flexibility than traditional as you need services.
Combine with your current PBX or SIP Gateway
Our SIP Trunks work with a wide variety of SIP enabled PBXs and Gateways – good news if you have already invested in a system. Down the track, if you want to upgrade to an IP Based System or perhaps a fully hosted solution we can help you with a seamless and simple upgrade.
Calls carried over dedicated ADSL/SHDSL Broadband
Today’s largest companies carry their voice calls over IP, but via a private network not the public internet. That means call quality can be guaranteed and backed up with Service Level Agreements.
We’ve looked at all the major SIP providers In Australia and we believe we’ve got the best, click on the icon’s below to see why.
[section=OK SO What Does SIP Mean?]
One of the best advantages of using SIP is that you will be able to reduce your monthly phone bills by huge amounts! You see SIP trunks don’t share the same costly infrastructure as tradition telephone lines like PSTN and ISDN, this means you can do much more for much less. SIP trunks are delivered over high speed broadband services only limited by available bandwidth. VoIP services should only be delivered over private IP providers where the broadband service does not use the public Internet.