VoIP vs Traditional PBX phones
Technological advancement and market shift has compelled enterprises to upgrade their software applications and mode of communications. In this regard VoIP phone systems are priority of companies nowadays. The smart features and applications make the calling and data sharing far easier and reliable with multiple channel access.
Forget copper aluminum wires and hectic infrastructure maintenance that comes with traditional analogue phone system and enjoy wide spectrum access with VoIP phone systems.
VoIP Technology has a reputation of being the cheapest phone service on the market. VoIP, Voice over Internet Protocol, is the technology that makes and receives phone calls using the Internet instead of using out dated land-lines. Internet calling is vastly cheaper and easier to handle than traditional phone services as it involves less complex infrastructure than wired traditional phone systems.
New Age Networks can convert your PBX to VoIP within number of days. It’s installation process is way convenient than the traditional phones. We will provide you with a VoIP gateway or active SIP on your IP PBX. VoIP will enable you to make cheap calls and reduce your telephone bill and will also open up new features and functionality on your system.
Converting your PBX to VoIP help you save up to 80% on your phone bill
Key benefits of converting your PBX to VoIP
- Easy installation process
- No complex infrastructure needed
- Cost effective
- Multi functional features
- Global networking
- Remote Access
- Increased Networking
How to convert your PBX to VoIP?
Converting your Traditional phone systems to VoIP phone systems is super easy and cost efficient with New Age Network SIP Trunking Solutions. All you need is a high-speed Internet connection and a SIP enabled device, this can simply be a VoIP card or a VoIP gateway. These SIP trunks will easily convert your traditional PBX to VoIP PBX phone systems without any additional hardware or devices needed.
What is SIP Trunking?
Session Initiation Protocol, or SIP, is the way you achieve a voice over IP (VoIP) call. It’s an application layer protocol for setting up real-time sessions of audio and/or video between two endpoints (phones). SIP Trunking is the technology that helps you consolidate your voice and data (whether a two-way call or a multi-party conference call) on a single IP connection.
A SIP trunk is the virtual version of an analog phone line. Using SIP Trunks a SIP provider can connect one, two, or twenty channels to your PBX, allowing you to make local, long distance, and international calls over the Internet.