SIP trunks will slash any organisations start-up and on-going telephony costs. This, coupled with the flexibility and low initial costs is making SIP trunks an increasingly popular choice with larger businesses wanting to cut costs, and smaller businesses looking for more flexibility.
The biggest savings with SIP trunks are the line rental and call costs. A standard fibre broadband connection can host up to several hundred voice calls, while each ISDN connection will host just two calls per line. ISDN 30 connections are available that will hold up to 30 calls but can be expensive and inflexible.
The VOIP PBX is supplied either hosted or installed onsite and provides the same functionality (in most cases more) as traditional PBX’s. All telephones within the VOIP network can be assigned a Direct Dial Number, with your main company number assigned to a ‘hunt group’ or IVR (Interactive Voice Response) menu.
The PBX also boasts other features such as: