Cheaper phone bills with SIP Trunking

Many small businesses have been migrating their telephone systems from physical telephone lines onto virtual networks. The technology that allows this is Voice over Internet Protocol or VoIP. While VoIP integration is common for companies without a PBX – Private Branch Exchange – those with a PBX need an extra device called a SIP trunk to switch to VoIP.

VOIP, PBX, ISP. What do they mean?

The ability to communicate effectively is essential to a business’s success. Whatever the form of communication businesses chose to use, they need to be able to get their message across with little to no interruption. One of the most reliable ways to do this is by using VoIP, or Voice over Internet Protocol.

Tips to Prepare for the Switch to VoIP

Communication is arguably the single most important aspect to a successful business. One of the most familiar forms of communication is the telephone, and with advances in technology, it’s unsurprisingly gone digital. The most commonly used digital voice system being Voice over Internet Protocol, or VoIP.