PBX SIP Trunking

Get the benefits of hosted VoIP without having to buy new phone equipment.

SIP (Session Initiation Protocol) is a signaling protocol used to create, modify, and terminate sessions in a simple two-way telephone call, or a collaborative multi-media conference session.

In other words, SIP trunking allows business phone systems to operate over an internet connection instead of traditional phone lines you purchase through a phone company. Your phone calls will now route through the hellospoke data centers.

Here’s why you should care:

Easy ROI

Because no capital expenditure is needed, you get to see the return immediately. By using your existing network connection to make and take phone calls, you no longer have to pay the phone company.

Super flexible

Only pay for what you need. You can easily add or remove lines as your business needs change. Scale up for busy times of the year. Scale down during quieter periods.

Connecting your business

Because voice and data are now traveling over your network, you can easily connect all of your offices and remote workers.

Not all PBX equipment can support SIP trunks without additional connectivity equipment.

Questions?

Can we keep our existing phone numbers?

Yes.

How much money could we save?

Switching from a traditional carrier to a SIP provider can save you up to 60-80% per month. Contact us to find out what your savings could be.

What kind of phone equipment is needed?

SIP trunking works with most modern phone systems. An additional gateway can be used to turn SIP trunks into something a legacy PBX could use. So the chances are, your current phone equipment will work just fine – assuming you are happy with it.

What services does SIP trunking support?

Most of the services you currently have are supported by your PBX. So switching from traditional phone service to SIP trunking will not affect any of that functionality.

Interested in finding out how much you could save? Contact us for pricing.

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