If you need VoIP origination services for anywhere in the United States, V1 VoIP fits all of your carrier service needs. To meet the growing origination demands of our resellers and wholesale agents, V1 VoIP transports PSTN (Land Line) originated local calls from 7000 rate centers in the USA and 11 major markets in Canada to your softswitch, Gateway, IP PBSX or Asterisk PBX giving us one of the largest North American footprints.
V1 VoIP’s inbound DID origination service is an innovative solution for calling card companies, conferencing service providers, call center operators, voice portals, and other businesses that need local phone numbers in many markets across North America.
Inbound DID service is an innovative solution for calling card companies, conferencing service providers, call center operators, voice portals, and other businesses that need local phone numbers in many markets across North America.
With V1 VoIP’s origination carrier services, VoIP service providers have the ability to quickly select and provision local Direct Inward Dial (DID) terminated to their VOIP gateways anywhere in the world, diminishing the need to establish multiple points of presence. V1 VoIP’s solutions allow for simple disaster recovery when it’s needed most. When a gateway fails or Internet connectivity solutions are not working, a DID or Toll Free number can be routed to a secondary gateway within minutes.
Local DID services leverage V1 VoIP’s PSTN capabilities while giving customers the control they need to create new products and services through SIP / VoIP. While doing so interconnection expenses are reduced over comparable traditional services while allowing for additional network redundancy over having one single PSTN interconnection point.
Toll Free DID inbound coverage includes:
DID origination product pricing options:
Toll Free Origination product pricing options:
We’re happy to answer your VoIP origination questions. Contact a member of the V1 VoIP team today to find out about our one tier pricing program.
Article publié pour la première fois le 14/07/2015