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AireSpring's SIP Trunking Services Allow for Multiple Bills Through One Provider
June 12, 2012
By Steve Anderson, Contributing TMCnet Writer
SIP trunking is steadily growing in terms of demand from businesses of all sizes. And for those looking for an SIP trunking provider, AireSpring (News - Alert) will provide a variety of services for those in the market.
AireSpring offers the ability to provide both voice and data services on a single circuit, though for those who want them separate, that's also available. Considering that this represents savings of up to 50 percent over TDM solutions, it's a strong selling point for those businesses interested in saving money on their communications expenses.
Since everything between the customer and the network is all SIP, it allows AireSpring to use least cost routing, and provide an extra note of savings, which AireSpring chooses to pass on to the customer in the form of lower billing.
Better still, the AireSpring service offers maximum flexibility with local DIDs that ring in on a local number, and can offer them for just $.50 each. With a 10 Mbps connection, AireSpring can provide support from anywhere from 24 to 90 lines, and has been providing services to customers for years. Thus, anyone wanting a bit of support documentation can keep their heads held high as they will have plenty of successful users to talk to.
AireSpring's service is also extremely scalable, offering pricing starting as low as $8.00 per trunk, and includes both outbound and inbound local usage, e911 (News - Alert) and 411 services, a managed router, and SLA through AireSpring's public--or private--IP access. Airespring's services also eliminate the need to buy a separate PRI connection, or multiple PSTN connections as well as their accompanying hardware.
In terms of pure value, AireSpring will go a long way to win business, so it's a safe bet that plenty of enterprise Internet users out there will be interested in this as well. Those who do decide to go with AireSpring should be abundantly well-served.
Still, SIP trunking systems look like they'll have the future all sewn up. It may not be for everybody, but as long as the capability is there, they'll likely get familiar over the much better quality--in every sense of the term.
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