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What is SIP Trunking?

SIP trunking is an excellent tool for businesses who are looking to save by converging their internet, long distance and local voice services into a single circuit. SIP stands for Session Initiated Protocol which is a new type of VoIP (voice over internet protocol) that is used to decrease telecom costs. If you have not transferred over to an IP PBX or VOIP service, you are probably using a Public Switched Telephone Network. This service is outdated running on old copper wires, unreliable switching equipment and expensive phone calls.

SIP trunk service providers are able to revive the telecom system by creating a modern, inexpensive and efficient way to make and receive phone calls. Calls that are made from one SIP trunking user to another are very inexpensive costing less than a penny per minute. Site to site calling is free and you will have a low flat long distance rate which will allow your company to save 80% over the traditional PRI service. Best of all you can integrate SIP trunking into existing systems.

With and their excellent SIP trunk pricing, We are able to offer you competitive pricing for integrating SIP trunking into your business. You will save immediately by converging your data network and telecom into a single circuit. If you have 20 or more phones in your company, you know how expensive your phone bills can be. SIP is brought to you over a data connection. By converging telecom utilities you can use the data connection for your phone calls and lose the PRI bill all together with SIP trunking. The only way to get ahead of your competition is with these services.

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  • Immediate Cost savings by converging Internet, Long Distance and Local voice services into a single circuit.
  • Lower Cost Flat Rate Long distance and free site to site calling.
  • Up to 80% savings over traditional PRI service.
  • Integrates seamlessly with existing systems.
  • Robust disaster recovery. Ability to reroute calls in the event of a network outage.
  • Ability to scale lines up and down as needed.