Provider of VoIP, SIP trunking and hosted communications, Broadvox (News - Alert), today launched an aggressive new promotion for its commercial SIP trunking service. Put simply, the company is guaranteeing a free five-day installation period in an effort to increase service on its industry leading SIP trunking, while introducing a 20 percent discount off of the price of each line.
SIP trunking already saves businesses upwards of 70 percent compared to traditional PRIs or analog phone lines. Its efficiency, meanwhile, by combining voice and data over a single broadband circuit, allows customers to purchase only what is needed rather than having to buy a 23-channel PRI. Furthermore, SIP trunking is highly scalable, allowing companies to add lines as needed with ease.
It's no wonder, then, that business SIP trunking is expected to grow by 15 percent per year as businesses depend upon the advantages and savings of VoIP via IP PBX (News - Alert).
"Broadvox continues to meet the demand of the marketplace for VoIP. We have had a tremendous response to our current SIP Trunking service and recent promotion," said Bruce Chatterley, president and CEO of Broadvox. "The free 5-day installation guarantee is a promise to our customers that we understand their need for a speedy transition from their current phone solution, with minimal disruption to their business."
Broadvox has been offering VoIP services since 2001 and currently boasts a robust private national network. Being a veteran in SIP trunking, the company has established interoperability with the majority of PBXs on the market, making the switch from current phone systems quick and easy. Furthermore, Broadvox's use of an Integrated Access Device (IAD) allows practically any TDM PBX or legacy CPE phone system to be updated with SIP trunking.
In other news, Broadvox-CLEC recently entered into an agreement to purchase the assets of Infotelecom out of Chapter 11 bankruptcy. Pending regulatory approvals, the deal is expected to close before year's end.
Edited by Brooke Neuman