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What level of voice quality can I expect using SIP?
With the correct configuration you can expect quality equivalent to that of a POTS line when using SIP trunks.
How reliable are SIP trunks and VOIP?
The major benefit of the internet is there is no single point of failure. Network Visual Solutions powered by Clearfly Communications has equipment based in separate locations; should one connection fail the call can be automatically routed to an alternative location. SIP service has reliability comparable with traditional phone lines.
Can I terminate my existing service?
Network Visual Solutions powered by Clearfly Communications recommends you keep a POTS line for commercial fire alarm systems or analog burglar alarm systems. In the event of your broadband connection going down, we can route calls to an alternative telephone number. Most VoIP Phone systems are configured to use existing Analog and POTS Lines as well as SIP Trunks.
Are emergency services supported by SIP?
Yes, emergency services are supported by SIP. It is essential that you have at least one POTS line for alarms. This can be the line over which your ADSL connection is hosted.
Why Network Visual Solutions provided by Clearfly Communications?
While there are many SIP providers in the US, Network Visual Solutions powered by Clearfly Communications leads the way for business customers with PBXs using multiple trunks. We have tested extensively with PBX manufacturers and can provide a smooth transition to SIP.
What do I need to get started?
You need a broadband internet connection, such as ADSL, T-1, Fiber, or Cable
Can we keep our old number with SIP?
Yes, your existing telephone numbers can be ported.
What telephone number will we be given?
New numbers can be ordered if required. You can select which area code you would like, so that you can have a local number.
Is fax supported with SIP?
Yes, fax is supported over SIP.