Free Phones?

Have you been told the only way to move to a Hosted system is by replacing all of your telephones and network infrastructure with new VoIP capable hardware and network environments? Not anymore! Your “M” and “T” Series terminals can be plugged into the Cloud. Let Atcom show you how.

The big telecom providers are fast phasing out the old PSTN functionality, and are moving customers to IP. And so, a SIP trunk and a phone system upgrade in the near future is going to be inevitable.

SIP (Session Initiation Protocol) trunking enables the end point’s PBX (Phone Exchange System) to send and receive calls via the Internet. As SIP is applied for the signalling protocol for multiple real-time applications, SIP trunk is able to control voice, video and messaging applications. It is also a Voice over Internet Protocol (VoIP) technology and streaming media service based on the Session Initiation Protocol (SIP) by which Internet telephone service providers (ITSPs) deliver telephone services and unified communications to customers equipped with SIP-based IP PBX and unified communications facilities. Most unified communications applications provide voice, video, and other streaming media applications such as desktop sharing, web conferencing, and shared whiteboard.

Chances are that the trusted old PSTN lines are connected into another old device, the hardware-based PBX system. This device is inflexible, difficult to manage and often expensive to maintain. Technically it is possible to buy a gateway that allows the old PBX to talk to the SIP Trunks. But why not upgrade to a modern IP PBX and leverage the flexibility and modern features IP telephony can bring to your business phone system. This allows you to take advantage of the cost savings, easy management, and productivity increases with full-scale Unified Communications that an IP PBX offers. You can choose from a hosted PBX, an appliance PBX, or a software-based PBX.

Analog business lines typically cost between $30 and $55 per month. We can offer VoIP SIP lines in 3-year contract packages of 6, 10, 15, & 20 lines at an average cost of $16.22 per line (depending on package). A business with as few as 4 lines can easily save over $100 on their monthly phone bill which more than offsets the lease cost of a new system – request a quote today!