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SIP Trunking

Take your traditional PBX phone system to a whole level with our SIP Trunking service.

SIP Trunking (Session Initiation Protocol) allows businesses to leverage the plethora of benefits Unified Communications (UC) and cloud-based solutions deliver without starting from ground zero. 

How? With SIP Trunking, businesses are able to overcome traditional phone line infrastructure limitations, which demand separate circuits for data and voice traffic. SIP Trunking consolidates multiple branches or channels of individual SIP sessions, integrating data and voice into one circuit to simplify infrastructure management. At the same time, by running your business phone system over an internet connection vs. traditional phone lines, SIP Trunking reduces expenditures and improves redundancy and business continuity by seamlessly routing voice calls in case of network failure. It scales as your business needs change and grow, and also enables remote workforces and international calling. 

Benefits of SIP Trunking:

From running video calls to traditional conference calls to supporting DIDs (Direct Inward Dialing), SIP Trunking provides a high-quality alternative to traditional copper lines and PRIs (Primary Rate Interface) that can drastically increase your expenses by routing phone calls over data networks. Think of SIP Trunking as a virtual replacement for traditional infrastructure. Other solutions, like PRIs, limit the number of simultaneous calls by requiring additional circuits. In turn, this solution limits scalability and growth for your business and also increases IT expenses. With SIP Trunking, you can seamlessly add additional phone lines and increase call volume.

SIP Trunking: Explore the Xtel Difference

With Xtel, it’s easy to access network configurations and performance data from any Internet-connected location using our intuitive Control Center online management portal. Our customer service is second to none, and when support is required, we’re there with enhanced SLAs, controlling your costs with call volume management and multi-location aggregation.