Nationwide Telecom, a provider of hosted and virtual PBX solutions, has just unveiled a new session initiation protocol (SIP) trunking and PBX (News - Alert) service to help smaller businesses meet increasing communications needs.
The new SIP trunking and hosted PBX services offer a wide array of VoIP solutions that meet the requirements of all categories of businesses.
The advantage of SIP-based communications is that they are powered across IP networks so they don’t require a traditional infrastructure. In addition, the service can be installed wherever there is an Internet connection. Businesses also benefit from gaining access to a wide array of features like virtual extension, inward dialing, automatic call response, conferencing, and more.
“The hosted PBX systems and unlimited SIP Trunking are the future of communication and it yields high benefits which should be understood accurately. It cuts down on the cost to a great extent and as we all understand the value of communication in business, this methodology brings a drastic change to the total cost of calling,” said a company official from Nationwide Telecom in a statement.
The spokesperson added, “A lot of people save thousands of dollars using this great way of communication and we give it at a nominal cost unlike any other telecommunication service. You actually save up to 50 percent and this is a huge amount for small and medium paced enterprises who are still establishing themselves in the market.”
In addition to dramatic cost advantages, PBXs also guarantee high quality voice. One will not hear any disturbance on the line and there will be no echo, jitters or voice repetition. The company keeps QoS services which assure quality in communication and allow for smooth business conversations.
Moreover, Nationwide Telecom team also provides a high level of technical support. With the company’s low per minute rates for unlimited SIP Trunking, a customer doesn’t need to pay for the entire minute when he or she is simply talking for a few seconds. This will be especially advantageous to businesses that deal with unlimited incoming calls.
Edited by Jamie Epstein