Many businesses have been hesitant to switch to Business VoIP due to the costs required, but those businesses may change their mind. Broadvox is offering a promotion on its SIP Trunking and Managed Hosted Voice services, providing up to 37 percent off the standard prices, and the option to switch to a Managed Hosted Voice solution for no extra cost.
By combining voice and data over a single circuit, SIP Trunking customers can save big on traditional phone systems, while purchasing as many lines as they need. This is far more convenient than traditional PRI solutions, which require around 23 channels per purchase.
Broadvox’s (News - Alert) SIP Trunking is interoperable with a wide variety of PBXs, so making the switch is simple, and now more affordable. Furthermore, virtually any TDM PBX or legacy phone system can be updated with SIP Trunks, simply by using an Integrated Access Device.
Included in every installation is Voice Control Technology, which includes a Managed Switch, QoS Router, and a power back-up system. Not only that, but Broadvox is also offering free IP Phones, Voice Control Technology equipment, installation, and activation. In case they’re not satisfactory, it also has a 30-day Customer Satisfaction guarantee.
"We believe strongly in our Business VoIP solutions and the power of this technology to change the way businesses compete,” says Bruce Chatterley (News - Alert), Broadvox president and CEO. “As a leader in the VoIP industry, it's our job to make these solutions accessible and affordable to businesses - and that's what this promotion is all about."
Broadvox’s Business VoIP solutions are high quality, so this discount is a nice incentive for companies who have been looking for a new solution, whether it’s their first or they’re looking to make a switch. It’s clear that Broadvox is confident in its solutions, and its customers would tend to agree.
Want to learn more about SIP Trunking and how to integrate it into your current UC strategy? Don’t miss the SIP Trunking- UC Seminars in South San Francisco on November 27, 2012.
Edited by Brooke Neuman