Whether you are looking to retain your existing phone line and numbers or get brand new ones, SIP trunk is the ideal solution.
SIP trunk is the next-in-line future-ready digital solution to replace existing physical telephone cables(ISDN/PSTN). Get your own SIP trunk and use it with Yeastar Cloud PBX so that you can choose your preferred SIP trunk provider and have full control over your numbers and usage. There are plenty of choices locally and internationally.
Along with cost savings from eliminating the need for wiring and cabling works, SIP also allows users to access their phone numbers remotely without any added gateway devices. This makes it the perfect choice for companies looking for mobility within their workforce.
*Since you are buying SIP trunk and DID numbers directly from Telcos, you are ensured that you are owning the numbers and there is no mark up on your telephone bills.
Consider one of our SIP partners today, to get started with hassle-free provisioning:
SIP 5 channels – $40/mth
Block of 10DDI – $8.50/mth
Set up – $122.50/One-time
24 months contract
SIP 2 channels – $10/mth
L6 DDI x 1 – $5/mth
No setup cost
*Yeastar strives to ensure interoperability with SIP trunk partners around the globe with in-depth testing. These SIP trunk providers have passed the compatibility test with Yeastar Cloud PBX and pre-configured templates are included in Yeastar Cloud PBX that make configuration easy and quick. However, do take note that this list is NOT exhaustive, kindly contact us for details.
One SIP account is all your need. You may scale it up with more concurrent calls when there is more people do make/receive calls, you may also add multiple DIDs from multiple countries to a single SIP trunk when such needs arises.
Each SIP trunk can support a number of SIP channels. A SIP channel is much like a telephone line. It represents one concurrent incoming or outgoing phone call. Customers can buy exactly the number of SIP channels needed to support their business and grow on-demand.
SIP trunking offers many benefits to users, but the biggest reason people choose SIP is to reduce telecommunications costs. Switching to SIP from legacy carrier contracts can save customers up to 90%.
Good voice quality is essential for any business communication system. With the right configuration and a SIP vendor that uses Tier 1 carrier networks, SIP calls can be indistinguishable from calls made over traditional telephone lines. Factors that impact call quality include the amount of available internet bandwidth and the configuration of the router to enable QoS (Quality of Service), witch prioritizes voice activity over other data traffic.
Although SIP and VoIP are sometimes used interchangeably, they are not the same thing. The term VoIP stands for Voice Over Internet Protocol. It is a broad term that covers any phone call made over the Internet. VoIP is typically deployed in conjunction with an application, such as Skype or Google Talk, with IP enabled PBX hardware or via a hosted VoIP service. The term encompasses a group of protocol technologies of which SIP is an example. In short, SIP is one of the specific protocols that enable VoIP.