What Is SIP Trunking?

SIP stands for Session Internet Protocol, and is a cost-effective, Internet based solution similar to ISDN for saving money on calls.

SIP trunking is a completely virtual phone line that utilises broadband connection to make phone calls, negating the need for paying monthly line rental or installing extra physical wiring or hardware.

As soon as your SIP trunking goes live, calls start going across your broadband connection, instantly saving money. BT actually suggests that ISDN will eventually become obsolete as a line service, with the vast majority of businesses now having access to broadband services that can host SIP solutions.


Key Advantages of SIP Trunking

Cost savings

Easily save up to 60% on your monthly line rental.

Completely flexible

SIP Trunks can quickly be altered to suit your company growth with more being added or removed at your convenience and at minimum cost.

Direct dial and routing services

Incoming calls can be diverted wherever needed.

Keep your number

When moving office, being SIP Trunk enabled means that you can just port your number along with your furniture, no matter where in the country you’re going.

Calls from 0.95p

Just 0.95p per minute for local and national calls, and 5p per minute to mobiles. Calls to other sites are entirely free.

Lower infrastructure costs

No ISDN cards are needed, and SIP can replace existing ISDN 2 and ISDN 30 lines.

Resilience in the event of a disaster

If your offices become unavailable due to fire, flood or even just a power cut, SIP trunking enables you to quickly switch your operations to another location, such as working from home. In fact, you can move your office to anywhere there is a broadband connection!

Online management of your own system.

Simply log into a portal and change the setup of your phone system to suit your company needs.

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