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SIP Trunks & VoIP from just £10pm
April 30, 2019

Your business can upgrade to SIP Trunks & VoIP from just £10pm with Commsplus.

SIP Trunks & VoIP are the latest form of voice connectivity - replacing traditional ISDN circuits and analogue telephony.

Commsplus are now offering businesses the ability to upgrade to SIP Trunks & VoIP from just £10pm.

This can offer your business a significant cost saving when it comes to communications.

Can my business benefit from upgrading?

In short - yes. Most businesses will have the capability for a VoIP upgrade, and can therefore take advantage of this VoIP technology.


Businesses with a fibre to the cabinet (FTTC) or better connection are likely able to upgrade to a VoIP connection.

With Commsplus, businesses can upgrade to a VoIP telephone system from as little as £10pm.

VoIP can save costs
Upgrade to SIP & VoIP for just £10pm

Using VoIP as a cost reduction.

VoIP can be a great way for businesses to save money on their telecoms.

With SIP Trunks & VoIP, a business can reduce multiple line costs into one, simple and easy monthly bill.

It is this 'onebill' setup that enables businesses across the UK to cut their telecoms spend and improve their voice connectivity.

Using SIP Trunks & VoIP can reduce running costs. VoIP also helps your business safeguard your future investment.

What is VoIP?

VoIP stands for Voice over Internet Protocol (IP). VoIP is a method of transferring a voice call using your broadband or fixed line connection.

VoIP breaks calls into small packets and transmits them across your existing data connection - helping reduce line costs.

When compared to alternatives, VoIP offers a wide range of benefits, including:

What is a SIP Trunk?

A SIP Trunk is a digital line that runs on top of your existing broadband connection.

A SIP Trunk or 'SIP' is what's required to run VoIP. These SIP Trunks can be easily provisioned - making it easy to scale your solution.

SIP Trunks can also be added when required. Meaning your VoIP solution can grow inline with your business.

Expert Analysis: Saving Money With VoIP

We spoke to our in-house Lines and Networks Co-Ordinator, Jane Williams. Jane runs all the SIP Trunk & Line connections for our client base, acting as account manager for any questions they may have.

Jane says "SIP Trunking is a great method for businesses to save money. Businesses that upgrade to SIP Trunks & VoIP with us are very likely to see a reduction in their running costs.

"The Onebill system helps your business eliminate extra costs. It combines multiple line costs into a single bill for your business and has helped so many of our customers reduce their costs."

We asked Jane about the future of fixed line connectivity, and she continued, "VoIP is a good way to prepare your business for the future.

"A VoIP telephone system with SIP Trunks helps safeguard your businesses investment far into the future.

"Because the technology is modern, up to date and is constantly being integrated with more features and devices; it is a brilliant way to ensure your communications are the best they can be.

"VoIP's complete unified environment means that your business can prepare for the ISDN switch off well in advance - yet another benefit to upgrading to SIP Trunks & VoIP.

"Anyone interested in our VoIP solutions, or if you're in the market to upgrade telephony, then speak to us on 01934 882200 or email sales@commsplus.co.uk

"Our team is always happy to help, we'll give you no obligations, free advice about your communications."

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