It’s relatively easy to make telephone calls over the Internet – download Skype or use some other service and you can start talking for free or VERY low cost in minutes. However, what about your fax machine and any other device that are “hard wired” to the old school telephone system? AGN Networks has a solution.
With rates of less than 2 cent per minute for toll charges, plus savings of 50%-70% on most other voice services, including inbound toll-free calls, international dialing, etc AGN Networks debuted an OnDemandSIPtrunking service that offers companies a way to connect their communication network to the Public Switched Telephone Network (PSTN).
The new business-class OnDemandSIP service uses Session Initiation Protocol (SIP) (a protocol for phone calls over the internet) for call control and routing so businesses can have a single, standards-based IP connection to the PSTN. The service can be set up in minutes and requires no special hardware.
Businesses begin to benefit immediately from reductions in communication costs since calls travel over the Internet. Toll charges plummet, and most organizations realize a savings of 50 to 70 percent on inbound toll-free calls, international dialing and other voice services as well.
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