Another distinctive term for your list; this time however, it’s an essential one that you’ll need to keep in mind.
In the realm of telecommunications, ISDN, VoIP & PBX… it’s time for SIP to take the central stage, with its ability to save you a lot of time, but most significantly, money.
What’s SIP Trunking?
Session Initiation Protocol, more commonly known as SIP. An application layer protocol used to create and terminate data & voice transfers, it’s also a type of Voice over Internet Protocol (VoIP), which describes the calls delivered over an internet connection.
VoIP is built exclusively on SIP, using a Private Branch Exchange (PBX) to send and receive calls. Relieving the soon to be prehistoric Integrated Services Digital Network (ISDN), a system that communicated data and voice digitally over many copper wires.
From a business point of view, is SIP worth it?
Worst case scenario, your business is currently using ISDN & a PBX to facilitate your calls, in which you’re possibly thinking, what’s wrong with ISDN…?
When it originally launched in 1986, (yes, it’s that old), it was a brilliant opportunity for businesses to develop. The power to distribute voice and data over one line, it was a technology dream, nowadays there is a variety of good quality, enhanced options available that are even better.
If you’re considering a switch, not only is it cheaper to sustain; it’s also less high-priced on a day-to-day basis… you could save up to 50% on each line rental and up to 25% or more on call costs alone. With a lot of SIP suppliers proposing free internal calls, which is very handy for medium-sized businesses.
We highly recommend SIP to any business, take the leap
With its unending opportunities and ease of growth, SIP offers you reliability within your business. No more concerns about possible interruption or outgrowing your current premises, SIP Trunking supports growth in a natural manner.
SIP Trunking isn’t the only substitute option out there, in which you’re perhaps thinking – If you don’t have a PBX, Cloud Hosting Telephony is an exceptional option, which could very well be the future of communications throughout your business.
With ISDN terminating in 2025, as declared by BT themselves, the benefits of SIP can change the way you move forward as a business. It won’t hold you back.
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