One of the primary advantages of switching to VoIP service is cost efficiency. With that, various providers offer quality, inclusive services for a fraction of the cost of traditional landline service. That being said, Broadvox, a leading business VoIP provider, looks to up the ante even more. In doing so, the provider has announced new promotional pricing for both premier services—SIP Trunking and Managed Hosted Voice. This new pricing allows users to utilize SIP Trunking solutions for as little as $9.95 per line. Additionally, users can also switch to a Managed Voice solution for as little as $19.95 per seat.
With all of this in mind, customers still on the fence about switching to VoIP may want to reconsider. Broadvox offers users quality, award winning services, and now service is even cheaper. Both the SIP Trunking and Managed Hosted Voice solutions come chock full of features and services. For example, SIP Trunking is fit with Call Bursting—which allows customers the ability to handle sudden ‘bursts’ of unexpected call volumes. Additionally, the solution utilizes an open policy to ensure compatibility with most IP PBXs. In regards to Managed Hosted Voice, businesses are privy to a cloud solution fit with advanced calling features and greater mobility.
Broadvox’s promotional pricing allows users to select from two different Managed Hosted Voice plans—The Unlimited Local Calling plan ($19.95/month) and the Nationwide Calling plan ($29.95/month). Both plans come with a free Polycom Soundpoint IP 335 phone, as well as free activation, and free installation. The provider’s promotional push seems to stem from a want to bring in new customers by offering extensive feature, greater cost efficiency, and customization options. “The new pricing structure we’ve launched for Managed Hosted Voice gives small businesses a lot of flexibility in customizing a solution right from the beginning. Plus, with our bring-your-own-broadband option, building a customized VoIP solution with Broadvox has never been easier,” states Arthur Gautier, EVP Product and Customer Experience at Broadvox.