SIP trunking can save lots of money on phone bills for companies as there is no need for separate voice and data connections. It also reduces long distance charges, almost making them local calls.
But upgrading to SIP trunk technology can be a daunting task since there are too many players in the market that offer similar services. So, My VoIP Provider stepped into help users with this dilemma and by announcing the top three SIP trunk providers for 2013: Nextiva, VoIP.com and 8x8, Inc.
According to My VoIP Provider, Nextiva SIP trunking solutions provide the best flexibility and work well with a company’s existing hardware. This means companies do not have to worry about installing new software to use this solution.
If your company has a high number of remote employees, the solutions offered by 8x8, Inc. can work best for you. The company’s products are well-suited for telecommuters and branch offices and the company also offers very cheap non-VoIP phone calls.
On the other hand, if your company has lots of outgoing calls, then its best to go for VoIP.com products as its plans start at just $55/month per trunk. For large enterprises that make large volume of calls, the company provides unlimited amount of ports for a flat $400/month.
My VoIP Provider has a history of helping companies make the best choices when it comes to choosing VoIP products. Back in January 2008, the company indentified 1400 international providers that were operating in this sector. At a time when VoIP market was not as developed as it is today, this was a valuable service offered by the company.
Recently, the company published another report where it announced the top five ways VoIP can help users to reduce phone bills with affordable Internet phone service.