From the SIP Trunking Experts

September 13, 2012

Broadvox Launches New Promotion for its Commercial SIP Trunks

By Ashok Bindra SIP Trunking Report Contributor

To give its SIP Trunking services a boost, Broadvox has launched a new promotion scheme for its commercial SIP Trunks. The service provider is extending a special 20 percent off discount on SIP Trunks, with a minimum of 3 concurrent call sessions, until October 31, 2012.

This limited time offer provides small- to medium-sized businesses (SMB) with the perfect opportunity to combine voice and data over a single broadband connection and save up to 70 percent over the cost of traditional PRIs and analog phone lines.

Besides the lower pricing, the promotion also includes free installation within five days, guaranteed.

Since 2001, the company has been serving the wholesale and commercial SIP Trunking markets, resulting in a robust private national network, monitored by some of the most experienced engineers in the industry.

As a veteran SIP Trunk provider, Broadvox said that it has established interoperability with an exhaustive array of PBXs on the market, making it easier for customers to make the switch from their current phone system and start saving money right away.

SIP Trunks by Broadvox also deliver unified communications features from the PBX.

By using an Integrated Access Device (IAD), virtually any TDM PBX or legacy CPE phone system can be updated with SIP Trunks.

“Broadvox will drive future growth with new initiatives in the marketplace, starting with the 20 percent off and free five-day installation guarantee,” said Bruce Chatterley, president and CEO at Broadvox.

Broadvox said that it works with more than 300 telecommunications carriers and has one of the largest partner programs, listing 4,000 selling partners nationwide. 

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Edited by Braden Becker