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Voice and Unified Communications

Bell SIP Trunking

A single SIP connection for all your IP communication needs.

Providing a voice gateway to the public switched telephone network (PSTN), Bell SIP trunking replaces multiple physical PRI/T1 connections and voice gateways with a scalable, flexible two-way access solution.

Bell SIP trunking allows PSTN interconnection to anywhere in Canada – all from a single connection that supports a wide range of voice and data services.

Four reasons to choose Bell SIP Trunking

Eliminating the need for multiple TDM trunking subscriptions and PSTN gateway interface devices, Bell SIP trunking lets you:


Quickly respond to changing business needs.

Bell SIP trunking lets you integrate new sites faster and more efficiently. You’ll also be able to scale up and down easily, with no changes required to your infrastructure.


Optimize your available infrastructure.

Consolidate your external voice traffic on the PSTN according to calling patterns – to and from various locations.


Streamline your voice infrastructure.

Bell SIP Trunking optimizes your IP voice infrastructure with fewer connections per physical location, creating a virtual private phone network with reduced Long Distance charges.


Integrate multiple sites easily.

With Bell SIP trunking you can connect multiple sites to a single, centrally located IP PBX, without using dedicated circuits or traversing the PSTN network.

Key capabilities of Bell SIP trunking

Pooled trunk groups

Trunk group pooling

Bell offers a universal trunk group representing numbers from all rate centres served, with free long distance calling to anywhere in the Western, Ontario, Québec, Bell Aliant and Bell Mobility regions.

Geo-redundant capability

SIP trunking provides dual virtual connections between you and two of our data centres, ensuring you’ll still get service if the primary connection cannot be reached.

Geographical redundancy

Call re-routing

Inbound calls can be re-routed to your existing PSTN number or a secondary trunk group to make sure you’re always able to connect.

Call re-routing
Automatic overflow handling

Automatic overflow handling

Bell SIP trunking automatically overflows and re-routes inbound calls from a SIP trunk to your existing PSTN, PRI/T1 or other type of service at the same endpoint.

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