READY TO UPGRADE YOUR BUSINESS PHONE SYSTEM?
Are you disappointed with the call quality you are receiving from your Hosted VOIP System? If so, In-Telecom has your solution!
In-Telecom’s Multi-Communication Solutions can provide your business with cost efficient on-premise hosted systems that include enterprise functionality and reliability. If your business is ready to enjoy all the benefits of traditional Hosted VOIP platforms along with the ability to touch and feel your PBX system, call us today at 1-888-470-0614.
WHAT IS SIP TRUNKING AND HOW DOES IT WORK?
Session Initiated Protocol (SIP) combines traditional phone connections with Voice over Internet (VoIP), carrying your connection over the Internet while maintaining the same capabilities your company enjoys from a traditional phone connection. SIP trunks offer a more flexible solution for companies that have a steady flow of internal and external traffic and require a more sophisticated system to maximize customer experience.
SIP trunking takes a typical land line phone call and translates it into digital data and transfers it as voice data over the Internet. When a caller from a traditional phone line calls your company, SIP trunking uses a SIP trunk provider to convert the call to a digital format. It converts the information back to the traditional phone line once it reaches the other person.
THE BENEFITS OF OUR MULTI-COMMUNCIATION SOLUTIONS
More Options for your business: Because SIP trunking is Internet-based digital data, your business telephone network will instantly gain additional features not available with traditional phone systems.
Cost-Savings on Telephone calls: SIP trunking is a fantastic way to save on long-distance and international calls.
Less downtime: When lines are down, your connection can be rerouted to another line or forwarded to your mobile phone.
Drastically reducing costs: With SIP trunking, you will only pay for the lines or channels you need so you will no longer be locked in to paying for multiple analog lines. Also, you will avoid the IT and maintenance costs that are often included with analog phone pricing.