FluidOne SIP can support a small business needing a couple of channels through to a large enterprise requiring a bespoke business voice solution.
FluidOne SIP has been proven to reduce expenditure on your current business phone calls, providing high levels of discount against standard PSTN call plans.
By leveraging SIP by FluidOne with one of our resilient internet connections, you guarantee a reliable phone service that delivers exceptional business continuity.
What is it?
FluidOne’s SIP channels are a communication protocol that provide high-quality audio services over the Internet in place of legacy fixed lines. You can immediately benefit from a more flexible and resilient inbound and outbound phone service.
How it works?
FluidOne SIP channels connect your business to the Public Telephone Network (PSTN) through our own network, providing a less expensive and agiler replacement to traditional ISDN telephony services.
SIP Key Features
Below is the wide range of high-quality key features that makes this product unique. It’s innovative and can be tailored to your individual business needs.
Market leading tariffs
Ultra-competitive call tariffs
Crystal clear call quality
Crisp, vibrant call quality
Make calls to anywhere in the world
Remove the need for a costly ISDN line
Typical activation 2–4 weeks
Managed by a dedicated Service Delivery team
No costly upgrades or hardware maintenance needed
Bring your business numbers with you
Single billing platform
One simple bill per month for all your calls
An engineer is available, all day, every day
Redundant core architecture
Secure, resilient and bespoke
FluidOne focuses entirely on the interests of our customers and on the delivery of service excellence. Every service is backed by a tailored end-to-end Service Level Agreement (SLA) or SLA Plus, which captures and targets the essence of the service relationship. Continual monitoring ensures that performance levels are always maintained and reported on.
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