V1 VoIP SIP Trunks Help Consolidate Infrastructure

V1 VoIP SIP Trunk solutions offer businesses many of the features that they look for. Some of the most popular features include:

* Flexible Scalability
* Dedicated long-distance
* Domestic and International Toll-Free service
* Emergency 911 service
* Inherent benefits of closed networking with purchase of MPLS private and enhanced ports
* Switch diversity
* Web-enabled Control Center Network Management Portal
* Competitive SLAs
* Local number portability support

V1 VoIP SIP trunks offer many of the benefits businesses are continually looking for when it comes to upgrading and maintaining their communications. These include:

* Managing the costs by aggregating voice and data networks and their associated costs
* Gaining the confidence and reliability of MPLS for voice service
* Expanding operations inexpensively by leveraging existing equipment (IP-PBX) for new locations
* Access network configurations, performance monitoring, trouble ticket submissions, and tracking from any Internet connection
* Port existing POTS numbers to VoIP service
* Support multiple locations on one service

By using V1 VoIP SIP trunks, resellers can consolidate their clients voice and data traffic over our robust data network and maximizing the potential of the IT budget. V1 VoIP SIP trunks can significantly improve cost efficiency of your voice and data services. V1 VoIP SIP Trunks are a scalable solution that enables the origination and termination of local voice and dedicated long-distance, as well as domestic and international toll-free service across a streamlined data connection. SIP Trunk gives you the security and reliability of MPLS while making the most of your current infrastructure to provide high quality voice services.

Don’t wait any longer to take advantage of the powerful technology V1 VoIP SIP trunks will provide your clients. Contact a member of the V1 VoIP SIP trunk team today to start reselling our services and solutions.

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V1 VoIP Trends in Reseller Turnkey VoIP

V1 VoIP resellers predict trends in turnkey voip phone systems for small to medium sized business with cloudHere are the three top three trends V1 resellers see in turnkey VoIP systems:

1. It’s all about the cloud
V1 VoIP resellers report that cloud computing is setting the standard as more businesses are choosing to sign up for cloud-based phone systems. Increasingly, security measures have been put into place to protect the information held in a cloud has seemingly won over the trust of both small and medium-sized businesses. Which leads us to:

2. Stronger security settings
Security is the main issue that companies worry about when dealing with cloud-based telecommunications. Although many businesses allow their employees to use their personal device when working, these devices can be extremely vulnerable to a number of security risks if they don’t have the appropriate support put into place first. That’s why proper security settings for cloud-based networks are crucial and always asked for by customers.

3. IP based networks
The transition of businesses to all IP networks is underway, which essentially means that everyone will be using broadband soon. This will help guarantee a reliable delivery with the best privacy protocols set into place.

V1 VoIP resellers report the increasing popularity in turnkey VoIP phone systems. In turn, they are seeing huge monthly profits from offering turnkey V1 systems to small and medium sized businesses looking to update and upgrade their company communication systems.

V1 VoIP resellers are excited to offer these state-of-the-art services and solutions for small and medium-sized businesses. If you are a reseller that has a customer thinking about adding new turnkey VoIP systems to their company, now is definitely the time to contact V1 to offer these services as a reseller.

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Lowest e911 Rates for Canada by V1 VoIP

V1 VoIP offers lowest complete e911 emergency call rates voip coverage in Canada

For our Canadian resellers and their Canada VoIP customers, V1 VoIP has stood up to meet their needs in the time of emergencies.

Many VoIP customers have ‘basic 911’ service which puts them in touch with a call center that takes down their address and contacts the closest emergency response center. Rather than have an address come up to a 911 responder or however their geographic location is defined, VoIP phone users are identified with their IP address. If calls are disconnected, the VoIP provider gives the customer’s last known address on file. However if using the enhanced e911 services provided by V1 VoIP, enhanced 911 service sends location information on customers directly to emergency services.

The Canadian Radio and Telecommunications Commission; the Canadian equivalent of the U.S. Federal Communications Commission (CRTC) made a ruling in April 2005, that all VoIP providers must provide 911 emergency service.

V1 VoIP’s enhanced e911 solution provides nationwide E911 coverage in both the United States and Canada. Voice service providers simply need to establish a SIP trunk to V1 VoIP’s emergency services network. Customers can update and validate their locations in real-time using V1 VoIP’s provisioning interface, which can be incorporated directly into the VSP’s website. When 911 is dialed, V1 VoIP’s Emergency Routing Service delivers the call to the appropriate PSAP based on the caller’s registered location, ensuring that the correct location data and callback number appear on the dispatcher’s screen.

Contact V1 VoIP now to learn more about our incredible low rates and coverage for e911 for all of Canada as well as the United States.

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V1 VoIP Local Number Porting Success Tips

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What is the very first question a potential VoIP customer asks? It’s always the same: “Can I keep my existing number?” There are a number of reasons why someone may wish to do so such as contact consistency, memorability, publicity and company branding. In order to keep the current number, it needs to be ‘ported’. V1 VoIP explains what number porting is and how to port your phone number from one provider to another and landline to VoIP.

Porting phone numbers is a method called Local Number Portability (LNP), or “porting”. Porting is a process which allows users to move their phone numbers from one network or provider to another. In many cases, the former provider will only port for a ‘goodbye’ fee. It’s done mostly in an last-ditch attempt to keep you as their customer and also as a severance payment. In landline to VoIP transitions, local number portability encounters a only few challenges. For one, telephone providers may be restricted in their network’s reach, so users transferring to another city or country simply go out of bounds. As well, local number portability requires a person or business’ registration to match the records both providers have on hand, meaning a number assigned to different individuals, although in the same company or family, does not work.

If you are switching from traditional phone landlines to VoIP, you’ll find the change very simple with only a few steps. All you have to do is activate an account, plug-in a call device, disable the old phone line, and you are off making VoIP calls! Businesses may spend additional time configuring voice menus and other fun VoIP capabilities to suit their needs, but the whole process is incredibly straightforward nonetheless. From VoIP provider to VoIP provider, however, porting cannot typically happen because users do not own the virtual numbers assigned; they instead belong to the network as a whole.

V1 VoIP assigns all numbers automatically through our proprietary backend VoIP Portal system. It provides a wide variety of local and toll-free number area codes to pick from, so users will find their options abundant. See for yourself and follow this link through to the DID numbers page. Speaking with the VoIP provider directly is also a good move to see if there are exceptions or alternatives, so do not hesitate to get in touch.

To get more information about number porting, please contact a member of the V1 VoIP team to see if you can take your number with you to VoIP.

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