ip pri trunking

IP PRI Trunking

iTeraTEL IP PRI trunks connect a corporate PBX systems to the PSTN over our fiber network. Backed by robust technical support, an industry-leading service level agreement and 24/7 proactive monitoring, our PRI trunk solution also includes a suite of tools for management, reporting and business continuity.

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PRI TRUNKING

IP PRI Trunking is an all-digital business service that interconnects your compatible electronics to the Public Switched Telephone Network (PSTN).  This solution is often more cost-effective than having numerous individual business lines.

IP PRI Trunking: Reliable, Scalable, Effective.

For organizations who wish to utilize their own PRI-capable PBX equipment, but want a cost-effective solution, iTeraTEL provides
IP-based PRI connectivity for voice and data traffic. 

Improve Efficiency

With DIDs, you can designate specific numbers for tracking advertising campaigns, customer service, etc.

Increase Flexibility

PRI lines can be used for voice connectivity, video conferencing and faxing.

Decrease Payroll Costs

Direct dial numbers dramatically reduce the need to have someone manually answering and routing incoming calls to your business.

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Direct Inward Dial (DID)

Give employees a direct dial number where they can be reached.




Overflow

Redirect calls to another telephone number or local service, ensuring that callers can always connect even if a busy signal is detected.




Hunting Configurations

Direct calls that reach a busy trunk to another available trunk according to customized, pre-defined structures.




Exportable Call Detail Records (CDR)

Download detailed call records available real time on a secure web portal.




Connectivity

Automatically re-route incoming calls to your trunk group to an alternate trunk group or PSTN number in case of a natural disaster or power outage.




Unreachable Failover

Automatically re-route incoming calls to your trunk group to an alternate trunk group or PSTN number in case of a natural disaster or power outage.



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