Compared to ISDN, SIP trunks are less costly per channel, plus they are more flexible as to how or where geographic numbers can be used.
They are quicker to install and provision plus they deliver robust business continuity, automatically pointing to an alternative number, if your broadband should fail.
The benefits of SIP Trunks
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.
SIP Trunks provide a more flexible and lower cost alternative to ISDN for inbound and outbound voice calls. They connect your PBX via broadband, Ethernet or private circuit.
For added reassurance, SIP Trunking can even be used with existing ISDN connections to ensure the transition goes smoothly.
Any business with a modern day PBX can switch to SIP Trunks and immediately benefit from a more flexible, less expensive and arguably, more resilient phone service. Call us to see how SIP v ISDN could benefit your business.