Everything you need to know about SIP trunking
Need to move away from legacy PSTN and ISDN services? After a simple and cost-effective alternative? Then it’s time to explore if SIP trunking is right for you.
SIP trunking is the natural step up from traditional style ISDN services. If you are not ready to make the full leap to hosted voice, or can still leverage services on your existing PBX, SIP is the ideal middle ground.
For businesses that rely on their phone system, ensuring connectivity and communications are reliable, future-proof and at the best market rate is imperative. The ISDN market quickly became a race to the bottom in price. However, it remains more expensive than SIP and doesn’t satisfy the reliability or future-proofing requirements.
For what is a relatively simple technology – once broken down – SIP comes with lots of little intricacies that build up an entire solution. Understanding these is the first step to understanding the benefits of SIP and learning whether your business is ready to adopt.
Introducing a new technology into any business is a long process. Anything that can speed that up must be viewed as a comfort. We’ve created the ultimate guide to choosing a SIP trunking solution to do just that.
So, let’s break it down.
From learning the basic principles of SIP trunking to spotting the subtle differences between packages available, your SIP trunking journey starts here.