Eliminate of overlapping networks and their costs. Instead of operating and maintaining both data and telephone voice networks, one IP-based network provides serves both functions. This eliminates the need to add to physical infrastructure for additional users.
Eliminate of local IP-PSTN gateways. Instead of purchasing hardware to move from one T1 to two, or upgrading to higher service levels, you simply increase your Internet bandwidth. This eliminates hardware purchases, installation and maintenance costs.
Eliminatie of BRIs (Basic Rate Interfaces) and PRIs (Primary Rate Interfaces). The SIP trunk connects directly to LightBound’s network, the ITSP (Internet telephony service provider). This service is less expensive than traditional PRI’s and allows you to scale more easily in smaller blocks (phone numbers).
Save on long-distance communication costs. Long distance services are a great deal less expensive with SIP Trunking.
Eliminate 800 number use. Local numbers can be provided in each city, which are terminated locally when picked up and place on the Internet. This means all calls are local calls.
Enhance your Office Communications Server. In addition to using current services such as E911, you can easily access any new services offered by ITSPs without further investment. These new services are used as a primary point of competition for many ITSPs and include such things as more effective mobile phone integration, like LightBound’s Hosted PBX Services.
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