Zero Downtime: Cut Costs and Scale at Any Time
SIP Trunking offers VirtualPBX customers a much lower cost per minute for voice traffic and can allow companies to consolidate communications providers. What’s more? You can scale up or down with ease whenever you see fit.
- SIP Trunking Plans from VirtualPBX start with 20 channels.
- Additional channels are available at $3.99/month.
- Each plan also includes 5 additional burstable channels, allowing you some extra margin.
- Manage the usage of your channels with the help of our SIP Trunking experts.
Our online interface makes it easy to connect your Avaya, Cisco, Shortel, and all other SIP-enabled PBXs so you can deploy SIP Trunking in an instant. Simply choose your provider and enter your static IP or SIP URI to get started.
Bring Your Existing Phone Numbers or Choose From Thousands of New Numbers
We provide a seamless process to port your existing phone numbers and instantly add new local, toll-free, and international numbers. VirtualPBX per-minute rates on your inbound and outbound calls are also some of the lowest in the industry.
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SIP Trunking With The Best In VoIP Communications
Much like a fully-fledged hosted PBX solution, VoIP (Voice over Internet Protocol) can be used to deliver your physical PBX system’s call traffic over the internet with SIP Trunking.
VirtualPBX SIP Trunking supports over 20 platforms.
Industry-leading reliability and 99.999% uptime.
We Care About Your Success
That’s why our Support Team is available 365 days/year.
Connect with over 100 countries using your VoIP infrastructure.
Talk to Our Experts to Get Started
Have questions on how SIP Trunking works? Or perhaps you’re ready to get started with a no-obligation quote? Our SIP Trunking Experts are standing by to answer your questions and to help you start saving money on your call traffic. They can also help you determine if your network is ready for VoIP. Read our SIP Trunking Whitepaper or fill out the form below and a member of our team will contact you shortly.
Browse our SIP Trunking FAQs for commonly asked questions about this feature.