SIP Trunk Plans
Pay-As-You-Go SIP Trunks
Per SIP Line
Unlimited SIP Trunks
SIP Trunking and your business
SIP Trunking enables you to connect your pre-existing IP PBX to your clients, operating over the IP network. In fact, you can essentially think of it as a digital phone line replacing the traditional PSTN lines.
While “SIP trunk” sounds like a technical term, the concept itself is rather simple:
“SIP” refers to Session Initiation Protocol, responsible for sending and receiving calls, and “trunk” simply refers to a connection between two points.
A SIP phone number isn’t attached to any physical location, therefore allows for simple rerouting to different geographic locations. SIP channels can be added or removed quickly and easily, making them a very flexible choice for telecommunications.
Aatrox Communications SIP trunks are a great addition to your company’s unified communications strategy, and are configured and tested to work with 3CX IP PBX, as well as other popular PBX systems.
White Label SIP trunk provider
Aatrox Communications offers wholesale SIP to service providers across Australia and internationally. We work closely with our partners, ensuring tailored support and tiered pricing plans so your savings grow as your business does.
3CX is our recommended PBX, with our SIP trunks configured and tested for compatibility, however our trunks will work with all popular IP PBX phone systems.
All wholesale VoIP services supplied by Aatrox Communications are white labelled, and our simplified billing allows you to re-brand and add your costs with ease.
Choosing Aatrox Communications as your SIP trunk provider ensures you are getting the best value and service, with all offices and infrastructure located right here in Australia.
Are you looking for a national 1300 or 1800 number?
Aatrox Communications offers competitive hosting plans for 1300 and 1800 numbers, both number pool and smart numbers available.
1300 numbers enable your customers to call from anywhere in Australia for the price of a standard local call, while 1800 numbers allow your customers to call for free.