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SIP Trunks

Stream Networks operate our own high availability soft switch and SIP trunk termination from our core MPLS network.

Our SIP trunk service allows business to reduce telephony costs and implement unified communication systems with ease.

Switching to Stream Networks SIP trunk service can save your business £1000's each year with lower call rates and significant line rental savings.

Cheaper Call Costs

With Stream Networks SIP trunks, your business can save up to 35% on call costs compared to BT. Our dedicated business advisors can analyse your existing bill and tailor a call package to suit your needs, enabling you to save on UK as well as mobile and international calls. What's more, all site to site calls are free!

70% Line Rental Reduction

You can save 70% on line rental when switching from ISDN to SIP, and with Stream Networks built in QOS at the core of our network you won't notice a difference in call quality across our network.

Fast Set-up

With SIP trunks, you can add additional voice channels to your existing PBX within hours of ordering, while ISDN 30 can take up to 30 days.

Features and Benefits

•High Availability SIP Gateways
•Built in QOS within our core MPLS network
•Save up to 70% on Line rental compared to ISDN
•Significant savings on call costs (typically 35%)
•Free site to site calls across the Stream Network
•Integrate your existing PBX with ease
•Fast set-up times

  • Stream Networks have transformed our voice systems since we moved to their cloud telephony service. Not only have we reduced our overall monthly costs we have managed to connect all of our remote offices in to a single platform with ease”.
    John McFadden - Head - 3v

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