What are the benefits of SIP Trunking?

Compared to ISDN our SIP trunking service is less costly per channel and more flexible in how and where geographic telephone numbers can be used. It’s also quicker to install and provision and, as standard, it delivers extremely robust business continuity.

The service can support connections ranging from two channels for small PBX-equipped businesses to an unlimited number of channels for large enterprises and contact centres.

  • Save money on call costs and line rental
  • Free internal calls and great features
  • Scale up and down when you want
  • Built-in Business Continuity
  • Compatible with Skype for Business

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