SIP trunking is a form of VoIP (Voice Over Internet Protocol) that can, for some businesses, be a cost-effective alternative to traditional telephone service.
How it Works
SIP works with a phone system to provide telephone service over your data connection, such as a T1, Dedicated Ethernet or DS3.
It converts your VoIP-originated calls to function on the public switched telephone network (PSTN), often at a fraction of the cost.
SIP Trunking also allows businesses to allocate bandwidth dynamically, so it can be used efficiently for data when phone lines are not in use.
Connect Multiple Locations
Businesses can utilize SIP via a single PBX or Virtual PBX with their wide area network (WAN) to route calls between extensions at different locations.
Since calls can be routed from various locations, a business can use the caller ID of one location, even if the caller is dialing from another.
Least-cost-routing can decrease long-distance costs.
Every business is unique, and SIP trunking and VoIP aren't right for every business.
To determine whether SIP trunking is a good fit for your business, call 1-800-762-5383 or visit www.socket.net/quote for a quick, easy quote.