MyNetFone launches SIP trunking service

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MyNetFone launches SIP trunking service

The VoIP vendor has launched a Session Initiation Protocol (SIP) trunking service, which sets up communications between an enterprise hybrid PBX or IP-PBX and MyNetFone.

Andy Fung, managing director at MyNetFone, said, the service will help businesses reduce communication cost by eliminating the need to purchase ISDN PRI/BRI and PSTN gateways.

The product unifies the convergence of voice and data services onto a single broadband Internet connection.

Fung said MyNetFone SIP trunking service includes access to its My Account web portal.

"[The service] also allows customers to manage their communications infrastructure centrally via a self-service interface," he said.

"Users can also add direct in-dial numbers, manage network based auto-attendant facilities, voicemail-to-email, call diversions, hunt groups, user groups and other unified communications features."   

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