SIP trunking might sound like a strange technical name if you’ve never heard of it before. But a lot of digital phone and Internet services have unusual sounding acronyms, like VoIP (Voice Over Internet Protocol). The SIP, in this case, stands for Session Initiation Protocol, and trunking means sharing an Internet line for all network communications. It’s through this technology that allows you to consolidate your phone service with the Internet for only one set rate a month.
It’s a service we provide here at Clarus Communications with features that you’re going to love. The reason you will is because it takes you away from dealing with phone companies charging you a fortune for long distance calls. Plus, because you internalize everything online, your company has growth capability without buying extra hardware.
Saving Money on Your Calls
As companies start to grow, it’s necessary to start making more calls, including long distance. International contacts could mean calls to Europe or Asia on a regular basis. These charges will add up over time, including your normal charges for local calls. Phone companies aren’t out to save you money, but they know they now have competition in digital phone systems.
Solutions like VoIP that moves your phone system to an Internet line and into the cloud is similar to SIP trunking. By consolidating your phone and Internet needs through one line, you’re ultimately saving money and dealing with separate bills. The beauty of SIP trunking is on the pricing benefits where combining and using one line keeps costs down.
Long distance charges are also non-existent using SIP trunking, including any fees associated with local calls. Plus, scalability is easy since we provide trunking whenever you need it. This is easily expanded or scaled back when necessary. Even a feature allowing more trunking for bursts of unexpected calls is available so you’re never caught off guard when your business suddenly grows.