Category: SIP Trunks

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Should You Host Your Business Phone System?

With the advent of Hosted PBX communication, businesses are seeing many new opportunities and potentially some concerns with the advanced technology, leaving business owners wondering is it better to host or not to host, their business phone system. This article digs deeper into both options along with their benefits and disadvantages. On-Premises PBX Having on-site…
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SIP Trunking Simplified

SIP Trunking Simplified Traditional phone lines are no longer adequate for today’s rapid pace of business communications. That’s why many companies are moving their communications to a cloud-hosted solution for their business phone system. A flexible and feature-rich path to this is available through Session Initiation Protocol (SIP) Trunking, a cost-effective technology that connects your…
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10 Benefits of Using SIP Trunks

One of the most underrated, yet valuable, cost-cutting measures in the marketplace for businesses of all sizes, SIP trunks are the means by which you can take a traditional, sometimes unreliable, and expensive phone service and turn it into more affordable, easier to manage, Internet calls. Not only does it make your service stress-free and…
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SIP Trunking: What Are The Benefits?

In our last post we broke down exactly what SIP Trunking is and the primary benefits of why it is good for business, most notably a substantial reduction in costs, particularly when the service is tailored to your individual needs. However,as promised, we want to further examine its many benefits, as we believe this is…
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SIP Trunking: What Is It? Why Should We Use It?

A new IHS survey shows 45 percent of respondents use SIP Trunking today for a portion of their voice connectivity requirements, rising to 62 percent by 2017 as the use of legacy trunks such as T1s decreases. But why the switch? There is no questioning technology has changed immensely over the last 10 years, even more…
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