SIP Trunks

SIP trunking is a cheap and flexible alternative to ISDN for both inbound and outbound calls. By connecting your PBX to the PSTN via broadband or ethernet, you will unlock our full range of IP telephony services that your business can benefit from as well as reducing your monthly call costs!

IP Telephony Features

Deploying a SIP solution not only reduces costs on calling, it unlocks a number of powerful IP telephony features which are now expected in the modern office.

  • Mobile converging
  • Automatic alerts
  • Dialing limitations
  • Spending limitations

New Lines within Minutes

SIP trunking is perfect for flexible working, with your IT team being able to quickly deploy new office environments without the having to use additional lines. Remote workers also have the freedom to setup new numbers with ease, from anywhere in the world.

What equipment do I need?

A computer with a broadband Internet connection and an IP phone is all that is needed.

A VoIP phone connects directly to your internet connection. Once it’s plugged in, it is already pre-configured so you can make and receive calls the same way you normally do, just dial and talk. Simple.

How fast does my Internet connection need to be?

The broadband speed requirements dependon the number of simultaneous calls.

We have listed the typical broadband speeds required when using a dedicated broadband connection for voice below.

Please note: that this is the speed required purely for voice usage. If you have other data usage on the connection, you will need to factor this in.

Number of simultaneous calls – speed required:

1 – 85 kbps
2 – 174 kbps
3 – 348 kbps
8 – 696 kbps
12 – 1044 kbps

How to check your broadband speed test?

Using your computer, perform a speed test by logging into the dedicated speed test website Please take note of both the download and upload speeds.

Can I keep my existing phone numbers?

We have an agreement with all the major telecoms companies that allows you to port in and out numbers.