Increased broadband availability and the move away from traditional copper lines are forcing change for some businesses in regards to SIP Trunking, creating new opportunities for resellers to consult their customers.


As the availability of broadband internet has increased, so has SIP Trunking's adoption as a solution for business phone services.  Simply put, SIP (Session Initiated Protocol) trunking combines voice and data traffic onto a single network, enabling you to get more from your phone system, while providing productivity-enhancing features and services.
This converged network is more affordable, scalable, flexible and reliable than the traditional copper lines that have caused business communications expenses to skyrocket year after year.  With benefits like those, it's easy to see why more and more businesses are moving to SIP trunking for their communications needs.