Switching to VoIP Can Save You Money, If Your Network Is Ready

Posted by George Platt, President and Chief Executive Officer

May 3, 2012; 11:00 AM

In response to a recent article in PC World titled “How Switching to VoIP Can Save You Money,” we thought it might be informative to add our two cents.

SIP trunking, which utilizes voice over IP (VoIP), can be used effectively in larger installations as well. Most SIP trunks can be provisioned to offer DIDs so calls can be routed through an on-premise platform directly to an individual extension. There are cost benefits that can be realized without degradation of service but, in most cases, the company implementing these SIP trunks or VoIP services need to be sure that its internal networks and Internet access points are configured directly.

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Topics: SMB, Voice over IP (VoIP)