Some businesses are still reluctant to make the switchover from ISDN to SIP trunking because they believe that it will not be a cost-effective venture. V1 VoIP understands that the advantage that SIP Trunks have over ISDN connections is that they deliver greater flexibility, reliability and one of the most important factors for a growing business, scalability.
Here are a few reasons why V1 VoIP sees customers making the switch to SIP Trunks:
1. Continuation of business without disrupting their connectivity
Customers switching over to SIP Trunks will be required to use their existing internet connection in order to upgrade their telephone system to make calls and video conferences over the internet. You can also upgrade their existing internet service if they feel that speed and performance are going to cause issues in the near future. With this approach, customers will be able to minimize any service disruption associated with installing a new network service.
2. Business will become scalable for the future
Once you switch to SIP trunks you will start to see the savings which will increase your overall profit margin. As you will not be required to pay the costs for obsolete and poor-quality telephone lines, there will be even more money saved. These cost-saving factor will automatically turn in to a winning feature because of reduced costs incurred.
While using ISDN lines, businesses have to purchase additional lines beforehand in order to accommodate for growth. But with SIP Trunking, business and their respected customers will only be required to pay for the channels that they will needing.
3. Saving Money!
At the end of the day it’s all about the bottom line. With SIP, customers will be able to use a single connection in order to pass a high-quality voice and data calling service. This dual functionality will allow users to get rid of expensive ISDN hardware without compromising the Quality of Service of their calls.
Don’t wait any longer to make the switch to SIP trunking. Contact a member of the V1 VoIP team today to learn more about this technology and our extremely competitive pricing.
Article publié pour la première fois le 20/06/2015