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Last modified: March 17, 2021
When a business is searching Philippines SIP trunk providers for call centers looking to save money and obtain better quality service, always make sure these Philippines SIP trunk providers are available for quick remote tech support.
Technology in the Philippines has made it possible to say goodbye to standard phone lines. Businesses now contract the best VoIP providers for call centers in order to obtain more service solutions at lower prices.
VoIP means “voice over IP address”. Essentially VoIP allows businesses and individuals to make and receive calls using the internet as opposed to a standard phone line. This makes it easier to take more calls at a time and take advantage of various additional services that only SIP trunking allows. » Read more: Highly effective Philippines SIP trunk provider for Call Centers »
Last modified: February 1, 2021
In this article we would like to mention a few important SIP trunking benefits for your business.
SIP trunking (session initiation protocol) is comparable to a traditional business phone line but instead of being physically connected to the PSTN (public switched telephone network) by lines and circuits a SIP trunk connects virtually using your existing internet connection, hence making it easier to combine voice, video data, instant messaging and internet services into only one line. » Read more: SIP Trunking benefits ?? some companies are not aware of »
Last modified: March 5, 2021
Push button day celebration! The first electronic push button telephone was introduced on November 18th 1963 by The Bell System, it was designed by Henry Dryfus.
The magic on this devices comes from the dual-tone multi-frequency (DTMF) technology that provides a “touch-tone” feature that will be the world standard in telecommunications to the date. The device uses multi-sound tones on each key that sends an identificable signal to the other end. When a key is pressed it sends a particular tone that is then processed by the switch center office that will decode the sound and determine which key was pressed. » Read more: Push Button day, November 18th, celebrating phone history »