What is SIP?
SIP works by first establishing the call session, managing the signal over the internet during the session and then finally terminating the session.
Why is SIP important?
What’s the problem with ISDN and why would you want to change to SIP?
But it’s not just that ISDN can’t cope. It’s also that far better alternatives are now available, and with such focus on remote working, more modern, IP-based calling solutions help your team communicate and collaborate far more efficiently.
What are the key benefits of SIP over ISDN?
SIP is highly flexible, letting you add and remove lines quickly and easily, and it both improves call quality and lowers costs. No significant capital expenditure is required to install SIP, and there are no ongoing maintenance costs. It’s pretty much the industry standard at the moment, and the obvious choice for businesses looking to replace ISDN. In fact, you may not even have to change your current infrastructure; SIP is a virtual product, compatible with most traditional on premise PBX equipment.
What do you need to consider when choosing your SIP solution?
When determining how many SIP channels your business requires, it is imperative that you consider the number of concurrent calls (this includes both inbound and outbound) that your business may need to handle at any one time.
You should give consideration to the number of calls that your business makes and the length of these calls, we can offer many bundle packages with our SIP channels but we also have the flexibility to offer bespoke tariffs that may end up being cheaper if your business is likely to have a very low volume of calls.
As part of the move to a new provider, you may wish to consider provisioning some new numbers, remember all of this can done with minimal set-up costs and comparatively cheaper on-going costs.
The porting process is a really key and important stage of the process as your business cannot afford to have any sort of lengthy down-time. Porting is on the whole a simple process but can take up to 30 days.
The Jutel Added Value for your Business Telecoms
We do not have call centres, phone calls are answered by people who know and care about your business, and we are always available out of hours immediate technical support.
The most important benefits of the billing platform for your business telecoms fleet are:
- Access 7 days a week, 24 hours a day – log on at any time to view your account from any device.
- Up to date information – in addition to your monthly invoice you will be able to track your usage and spend throughout the month giving you a preview of your upcoming invoice before it has even been generated.
- Alerting functionality – you can set your own individual spend and usage limits so that you can be alerted if you hit certain thresholds.
- Easier to interrogate bills – you can really quickly filter your usage to find particular calls or to see what charge types you are incurring costs on.
- GDPR Compliant – your information and data is completely secure within our portal.
- Self-service functionality – you will have the ability to amend your address and usernames within the system without the need to phone or e-mail us. With 24/7 access you can complete these changes at your own leisure or you can still speak to us if you need any assistance.
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