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InfoStructure SIP Trunking

The Convergence of Voice and Data at a Reduced Expense
Why keep your expensive phone lines when you can replace them with low cost SIP trunks?
SIP trunking explained

SIP Trunking and Trunks – an Explanation

SIP is an acronym for Session Initiation Protocol, which is the signaling format of Voice Over the Internet Protocol (VoIP). It’s a proven method for using an Internet connection for the purpose of making and receiving your office phone calls. The call path for each phone conversation is called a “trunk.” You don’t need to be an IT expert to use SIP because it’s no more complicated than using a traditional telephone line, which is pretty simple. Whether you completely replace or just supplement your existing telephone lines with SIP, your monthly phone expenses decrease. And with our choices of infoSIP, you have the option of our national plan, which makes your business communications expenses both predictable and manageable, or our local plan designed for average or below-average phone usage.

SIP Trunking Plans

infoSIP is available in two plans - infoSIP Local and infoSIP National. Both plans are priced at low monthly rates per internet phone line, also know as an SIP Trunk.
infoSIP Local
Includes local usage. Long Distance calling is billed at a low per minute rate.
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infoSIP National
Includes local and domestic long distance usage for one low flat monthly rate.
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How Do SIP Trunks Support My Business?

Most businesses need ways to cut costs and increase productivity. SIP trunking provides a direct connection between your organization and an internet telephony service provider. SIP trunking in telecom allows a business to increase collaboration and communication throughout the organization, with far lower fees than traditional telephony.

A big advantage with SIP trunking, is that it doesn’t require the hardware investment as traditional telephony. For example, traditional telephony such as a PBX telephone system requires physical circuits to be connected to a public switch network (PSTN). If you have multiple locations, each location needs to be connected to your PBX. In this case, you are likely paying for T1-PRI (Primary Rate Interface) for each location. Each T1-PRI provides a 23 channel capacity to handle incoming and outgoing calls. When you need more than a 23 channel capacity phone system, then you may require additional PRI circuits. Unfortunately, you add capacity in increments of 23 channels meaning you are paying for more bandwidth then what you might possibly need.

SIP trunks eliminate the need for hardware. With SIP trunking you receive telephone service, instant messages, Enhanced 9-1-1 (E9-1-1) emergency calls, data, and video over the data network instead of a public switch network (PSTN). In addition, when you use SIP trunk you only pay for the bandwidth or the lines you use. The SIP trunk allows you to add capacity as needed, not in predetermined increments. This way you are not paying for more than you need. Another advantage of SIP trunking is that you save money on long distances calls!

It’s no wonder that digital trunks are becoming more mainstream, while analog trunks are disappearing. When choosing a phone system, consider a system that utilizes SIP trunking. Not only will you save money, but you can eliminate your PBX. Sip Trunking is here to give you a more simple way to telecommunicate.

To find out more about our phone solutions utilizing SIP trunks call 541.773.5000 today!