Typically when people talk about Voice over IP in Utah they are talking about one of two categories. First, Voice over IP phone system and second, Voice over IP dial tone. Each of these can be used with traditional or digital on the other end. You can use a Voice over IP phone system on Traditional copper, T1’s or PRI. Also, you can have Voice over IP Utah dial tone with a traditional or digital phone system.
Voice over IP Phone Systems in Utah
Voice over IP phone systems gives you flexibility, enriched features, and productivity. Features like the ability to record and store calls for long term, employing remote users, using soft phones and presence management are built in to the PBX. Voice over IP phone system will reduce the cost of administration because no more cross connecting is needed, administrative programs are easy to adapt and understand.
Voice over IP Dial tone in Utah
For years providers have been giving Voice over IP dial tone to residential users giving them the cost savings and flexibility. Now major business class providers or giving business the same capabilities and cost savings as they gave their residential customers on a business class connection. Companies like Veracity, Paetec, and First Digital are providing a point to point T1 type connection and providing Voice over IP dial tone down that connection at a fraction of the cost for traditional dial tone with the same reliability. Add automatic failover and lower long distance rates and you have yourself a better product and a reduced price. Let us help you find which solution works best for you.
Voice over IP and SIP in Utah
Many people have heard about Voice over IP but what is the buzz about SIP? SIP stands for Session Initiation Protocol the first telecom standard in Voice over IP. Every phone manufacture had its own VoIP phones but they were proprietary and can only be used on their PBX or phone system. The telecom industry has come out with a new standard and allows you to stick any manufacture SIP phone on any SIP based PBX. What does this do for you? It creates competition, lowers costs and gives you more options for your system!