Alpharetta SIP Trunking Reseller Program/ Recurring Revenue Opportunity Updated

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A Georgia SIP trunking provider has updated its services with a reseller program, enabling non-technical individuals to earn additional recurring revenue without a telecom background.

SIPTRUNK, an Alpharetta-based SIP trunking provider, has updated its offerings with a business opportunity designed for individuals who want to earn through the resale of SIP trunks.

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The new update offers them a recurring revenue source that requires no technical background and hardware setup. This allows anyone, from novices to experienced consultants, to start generating income immediately without undergoing extensive training.

Interested individuals can sign up for a dealer account at the company’s website. After agreeing to the partnership agreement, one can start offering the service to customers.

After making a sale, they can use their accounts to place an order. SIPTRUNK will send the customer a payment link with the reseller’s branding if they decide to white-label their service.

Resellers earn a commission for every customer that stays on the service. Every new customer that they sign increases their monthly recurring revenue.

Resellers can focus on growing their client base because billing is handled by the company, so they do not need to issue invoices or manually calculate state and federal taxes.

SIP trunking refers to a method of delivering telephone and unified communications services via the Internet. This is made possible through the use of an IP PBX, a switchboard-like device that can convert analog phone signals into digital.

One of SIPTRUNK’s advantages is that it supports all major IP PBX platforms in the market, including 3CX, Grandstream, Asterisk, Avaya, and more.

The company can also ensure high-quality voice calls owing to its Tier 1 network backbone. This type of network also features high availability, meaning that users are less likely to experience downtimes that could disrupt business operations.

The use of SIP trunking is growing within the U.S. and other parts of the globe. SIPTRUNK estimates that 71% of North American businesses will transition to this technology by 2025.

A major reason why businesses are switching to SIP trunking is cost as the need to spend for a dedicated phone line is eliminated. Because calls are made through the Internet, charges are lower even for international calls.

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