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What is a SIP Service Provider?
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By: Tyler Robbins Email Article
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SIP is short for Session Initiation Protocol. SIP services are often used to support and control voice and audio calls made over the Internet. Some applications that a SIP supports are the transferring of files, instant messaging, online games and video conferencing.

A SIP services provider enables businesses to communicate using an Internet Protocol operated by the SIP standard, which is also referred to as an ITSP or simply an ISP.

SIP services offer a cheap alternative to using a Voice over Internet Protocol or VoIP. Many businesses have switched from traditional phone services to SIP service because it is cheaper. A business looking to add more phone lines can do so by purchasing only the exact amount they need. There are some alternatives to using the SIP service, but with those alternatives, channels must be purchased in increments of 23 per purchase. This is why SIP services are more cost effective for businesses. If used wisely, SIP will allow the business to see a large return on their investments within six months of acquiring the service.

SIP is easier to implement than other services. It can also be remotely enabled, meaning technicians will not have to come out and install the service. This service is used as needed only. Once a business begins using a SIP service, it is easier for them to expand quickly. Labor costs are much less when using SIP than any similar service. This is because there are no overhead costs associated with this service.

Another benefit of SIP service for businesses is not having to purchase much equipment to set up the service. There is no need to purchase gateway devices. This service also eliminates the need to have primary and basic interface connections. Long distance charges are less because the business can outsource their phone service to a third party. Businesses can have local phone numbers all over the United States rather than having one central 1-800 number. This benefits the business because customers and vendors will not have to spend as much time holding to speak to someone from the company. Having this service also allows businesses to use all the benefits that come with VoIP hosting services without having to completely scrap the phone system they already have.

In a world where business expenses grow every single day, SIP service is a smart way for businesses to save money on their phone communication while enjoying the latest technology in phone and video conferencing.

Tyler Robbins is a tech writer who focuses on business technology, from explaining the benefits of SIP for business to discussing ways for businesses to communicate more effectively.

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