Lines & Calls

VoIP and SIP Telephone Lines

VoIP Lines, or SIP Trunks as they are sometimes referred to, are telephone and data streaming services which are delivered over your internet connection. They offer the same features as ISDN2 or ISDN30, such as direct dial numbers and caller ID.

SIP trunks or VoIP Lines are believed to be the future of telecoms, offering additional benefits and features beyond that of traditional telephone lines. For example, using SIP phone lines, we can offer you geographic telephone numbers from any location in the UK and have the calls delivered directly to your office. This means, for example, that we can provide a Manchester 0161 telephone number, or perhaps a Birmingham 0121 telephone number, and have the calls delivered to your office in London. There are many benefits of this, such as offering local call rates to clients in other areas, appearing to have local offices or perhaps providing the convenience of keeping the same telephone number despite moving towns. Once you have SIP telephone lines in place, you have the freedom of being able to move the location of your business anywhere in the UK whilst being able to retain your telephone numbers, thus ensuring business continuity.

SIP Lines are available to all businesses, so whether you require a single line and telephone number, or hundreds of lines and numbers, the service is perfect for you.

At Midland Networks, we have many years experience in telecom services and Communications Technology, making us specialists in these areas. Choosing us to provide your SIP phone lines will leave you safe in the knowledge you are in extremely capable hands. If you require further information on SIP Trunks (VoIP Lines) then please contact one of our friendly team, who will be more than happy to explain everything in more depth and answer any questions you may have.

Want to know more? Watch our video on SIP or VoIP trunks.

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