If you use a PRI for your business phone system, you know well the hassle and cost associated with maintaining those lines. The following SIP Trunking Whitepaper will show you how VirtualPBX can save you money and eliminate the need to maintain your current PRI setup.
No matter the size of your business or your needs as a company, we’ll work with you to transform your on-site private branch exchange (PBX) into a cost-effective calling powerhouse.
Keep reading to see if you’re a candidate for SIP Trunking. Fill out the form below to download our whitepaper.
Primary Rate Interface (PRI) lines connect your on-site private branch exchange (PBX) to the public telephone network. They offer you a dial tone, but they’re limited and expensive to maintain. With only 23 outbound calls possible per PRI line, you probably own more than one to facilitate all your calling needs.
VirtualPBX SIP Trunking replaces all your PRI lines with a single service. It can handle a virtually unlimited number of outbound calls. And unlike a PRI, you can easily add or remove channels at a low cost. We also offer crystal clear call quality, industry-leading 99.999% uptime, 24/7 customer support, and low cost number porting.
Almost any business with an on-site PBX makes a good candidate for SIP Trunking. You can keep your existing hardware and phone setup when you make the switch to VirtualPBX. Most SIP Trunking customers report cost savings and ease of use when they deliver their business phone traffic over VirtualPBX SIP Trunks.
We support SIP-enabled PBXs from many vendors, including Avaya, Cisco, ShoreTel, Mitel, Digium, Blue Box, Freeswitch, 3com, Allworx, AltiGen, Asterisk, Epygi, FreePBX, ObjectWorld, Pingtel, Responsive Point, Samsung, Sutus, TalkSwitch, and Taridium.
Our Sales Team is also happy to check your specific PBX to see if it fits our service. We can even complete custom installations for PBXs that aren’t SIP-enabled.
If you don’t have an on-site PBX, our VirtualPBX Business Phone Service will probably fit your operation even better.