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Halve your call costs when you switch from ISDN to SIP Voice.
Think of the last time you scrutinized your office phone bill. For many businesses, they stop reviewing their office phone bills after they sign up with the service provider. They rarely pay attention to their office phone bills unless they receive a bill shock.
What this means is that they may not know if they are over paying for resources that they do not require or that there are better options in the market. SIP is one such example of a better option.
Consider an office with 50 employees. When 25% of them are making phone calls at the same time, the business will need 13 channels instead of buying 50 phone lines for each employee. A channel represents a conversation. For typical ISDN deployments, a business will need to take up 10 or 30 channels. In this scenario, the business will need to sign up for an ISDN 30 solution, more than double of what they actually need.
This will not be the case for SIP Voice. Starting from a basic 10 channels, businesses can grow in blocks of 5 channels. This means that the business will only require to purchase a basic 10 channels and an additional block of 5 channels. This brings about almost 50% in cost savings for the business.
In addition to the cost savings benefits, businesses can also expect to be ready for future expansion as they scale and refresh their existing TDM PBX with newer IP PBX as SIP Voice works with both.