Business Voice Solutions

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Business Voice Solutions

Are you paying too much for business phone service? Does your business require greater performance, service quality and features? If so, the telecommunication professionals at Carrier Consulting can help you find the right business phone solutions to meet your specific needs at the lowest prices available. We specialize in delivering the latest business phone solutions including ISDN PRI Lines, SIP Trunking, Business VoIP Service, Integrated Voice/Data Lines, Voice T1 Lines, Voice T3, Business Local Phone Service, Business Long Distance, Toll Free Numbers, and more.

At Carrier Consulting, we work with all of the major business phone service providers including over 40 telecommunications carriers, data centers and equipment providers worldwide. Need a reliable business VoIP service provider? We have firsthand experience with dozens of business VoIP providers and know which providers offer the best value, service quality and customer service. Select from the leading Business VoIP, local and long distance service providers.

Contact one of our business phone solution specialists today to schedule a FREE business phone service audit and analysis. Many of our clients have saved 30-70% on their phone bills by utilizing Carrier Consulting partners for their business phone services. Our phone audit and analysis will reveal where your business can achieve the most cost-savings by switching to another service provider, renewing existing contracts, or by implementation of new phone technologies. Find out more about our business phone solutions by contacting us toll free at (800) 987-4000 or by simply filling out the contact form above.


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Business Local Phone Services
Business local phone service handles routine applications including incoming phone calls, outgoing phone calls, faxes and more. Having the right amount of business phone lines ensures that your customers will always be able to reach you and that employees have access to available phone lines for outgoing phone calls and critical activities. With dedicated business local phone service and phone lines for fax machines and credit card terminals, your business can increase productivity and ensure business phone lines are not tied up.

There are several different options available when it comes to selecting the right business local phone service and local phone service providers. At Carrier Consulting, our business local phone line specialists can help you find the best rates and plans available from the leading business local phone service providers. Select from over 40 telecommunications carriers worldwide. To get started, contact one of our business local phone service specialists toll free at (800) 987-4000 or simply fill out the contact form to the right.


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PRI is the standard for providing telecommunication services to offices. It is based on the T-carrier (T1) line in the US and Canada, and the E-carrier (E1) line in Europe. The Primary Rate Interface (PRI) is a standardized telecommunications service level within the Integrated Services Digital Network (ISDN) specification for carrying multiple DS0 voice and data transmissions between a network and a user. The Primary Rate Interface (PRI) consists of 23 64-kbit/s B-channels and one 64-kbit/s D-channel using a T1 line, often referred to as “23B + D”, (North American and Japanese standard) or 30 B-channels and one D-channel using an E1 line (Europe/rest of world).  Each B-channel carries data, voice, and other services. The D-channel carries control and signaling information, Caller ID, via the SS7 Signaling Network.

The Primary Rate Interface channels are typically used by medium to large enterprises with digital PBXs to provide them digital access to the Public Switched Telephone Network (PSTN). The 23 B-channels can be used flexibly and reassigned when necessary to meet special needs such as video conferences. The Primary Rate user is hooked up directly to the telephone company central office.

Contact a Carrier Consulting ISDN PRI Voice Specialist toll free (800) 987-4000 to learn more about the lowest prices for PRI service.


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Long Distance Calling
In Telecommunications, a long-distance call is a telephone call made outside a certain area, usually characterized by an area code outside of a local call area (known in the United States as a Local Access Transport Area or LATA). The most common class of long-distance is often called interstate long-distance, though the more accurate term is inter-LATA interstate long-distance.  Another form of long-distance, increasingly relevant to more U.S. states, is known as inter-LATA intrastate long-distance. This refers to a calling area outside of the customer’s LATA but within the customer’s state.  Often, in large LATAs, there is also a class known by the oxymoronic name local long-distance or Intra-LATA  which refers to calls within the customer’s LATA but outside of their local calling area.

There are two rate structures of Long Distance charges offerred by most Telecommunication providers, “Switched and Dedicated”. It is called switched long distance, because upon dialing the destination number, the phone immediately connects to a switch, connecting the call. Dedicated long distance does not require this switching.  Instead, the customer has installed a dedicated circuit between the customer’s premises and the long distance phone carrier’s POP.  The local phone company is not involved in switching the call to the dedicated long distance carrier.  Normally, the customer’s telephone system switches the call to the dedicated line at the customer’s facility.  The customer will enjoy significantly lower per minute toll charges from the long distance company.

Contact Carrier Consulting toll free (800) 987-4000 or the contact form to the right to receive competitive Long Distance Rate quotes from over 40+ Telecommunication Providers.


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Toll Free Service
A toll-free (1-800 number) is a special telephone number which is free to the calling party, and instead the telephone carrier charges the called party the cost of the call. A toll-free number is assigned from a special dialing prefix range (also known as area code) such as 800, 866, 877, 888, etc. The price of the call to the called party is usually based on factors such as the amount of usage, the number experiences, the cost of the trunk lines to the facility, and possibly a monthly flat rate service charge. There are also many features avialable with toll-free service which is called Enhanced Toll Free such as: Time-of-Day (TOD) Routing, Day of Week (DOW) or Day of Year (DOY) Routing, Area Code or Exchange Routing, Percentage Allocation Routing, All-Trunks-Busy Routing, Ring No Answer Routing, Emergency or Disaster Routing, and Take Back and Transfer / Transfer Connect / Agent Redirect.

Carrier Consulting specialists have over 20 years of experience working with clients that have set up toll free call center solutions with the many carriers we offer.  Contact Carrier Consulting toll free (800) 987-4000 or the contact form to the right to speak with a specialist today!


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Integrated Access
The Power Of High-Speed Digital Transport and Dynamically Allocated Bandwidth on the Same Circuit

Integrated Access provides a simple solution that combines both voice and data over the same circuit. Additional features are integrated into the product to assist in running your business more efficiently. Competitively priced, Integrated Access allows you to transition from standard telephone service to Voice over Internet Protocol (VoIP) without the need to replace your current telephony equipment. With dynamically allocated voice bandwidth on demand, you have the opportunity to build a solid, stable communications foundation that will grow with your expanding business needs and provide the competitive edge to succeed in the marketplace.

Integrated Access is provided over a T-1 circuit that can be used to transfer data, access the Internet and have real-time, two-way voice calls via IP. It is designed to meet the voice and data needs of single and multi-location businesses. You can make off-net local toll, domestic long distance and international calls to end users on the public switched telephone network (PSTN) as a low-cost option. Also available are popular calling features like caller ID, voice mail and e-mail. Additionally, calls between users on the same network are at no additional charge, which is a powerful feature that delivers savings on calls between your locations and your business partners. This is a robust nationwide offering, providing your business with the tools and support for all of your communications needs.


  • Consolidation of multiple traffic types over the same circuit.
  • Supports data speeds of 1.5 Mbps – 20 Mbps (Internet, MPLS, Enhanced).
  • Up to 46 Integrated Access voice lines available per T-1 circuit with compression.
  • Real-time dynamically allocated bandwidth between voice and data channels.
  • Unlimited local and on-net calling.
  • Customizable feature configurations to meet your daily needs.
  • Termination to existing PBX or key system equipment.
  • Selectable voice mail capabilities.
  • Customer portal to manage hunt-group feature changes.


  • Simple solution—Local, long distance, international voice, and data services from one provider.
  • Cost savings—Single and multiple business locations benefit from this technology and reduce overall communication costs. By leveraging your current investments in existing private branch exchange (PBX) and key system equipment, you have the flexibility to spend in other essential areas of your business.
  • Pivotal product for advanced technologies—can provide an integrated solution that meets your specific needs using a flexible IP network. The service also provides a foundation to move your business to higher-end products.
  • Increased efficiency—Management of both voice and data telecommunications needs is bundled into one technology.

Call Carrier Consulting toll free (800) 987-4000 to speak with an Integrated Access specialist or fill out the contact form for multiple price quotes from the leading Integrated Access providers.


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SIP Trunking

What is SIP trunking? Business SIP trunking service provides businesses with a platform for deploying business IP technologies including Voice over Internet Protocol (VoIP) service. Business SIP trunking is rapidly changing the way that businesses communicate by offering greater flexibility, increased cost-savings and additional service features not found with traditional phone service. SIP trunk service allows for the replacement of traditional fixed PSTN lines with connectivity via the SIP trunk provider through the Internet. SIP trunking service carries voice, data and video traffic over a single line allowing for greater productivity.

There are several important aspects to consider when selecting business VoIP and SIP trunking service which include reliability and cost-savings. Today, many businesses have 30-40% excess capacity on their current data service. With business SIP trunking service, excess bandwidth can be utilized for voice traffic. Your business can experience greater cost-savings by utilizing this excess bandwidth. However, it is important to ensure your business has enough bandwidth available to support voice traffic or reliability and call quality may suffer. Business SIP trunking requires three components which include: (1) PBX/ IP PBX, (2) edge device that can handle the traversal of SIP traffic and (3) a SIP trunk from an ITSP.  Contact one of our SIP specialists to find out whether or not SIP trunking is the right solution for your communications needs.

Carrier Consulting is a leading provider of business SIP trunking service and represents all of the major SIP trunking providers worldwide. Check SIP trunking service availability, access SIP trunk pricing and get your SIP trunking questions answered. Contact one of our SIP trunking service specialists today by calling toll free (800) 987-4000.


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VOIP Service
Business VoIP (Voice over Internet Protocol) utilizes your existing broadband Internet connection to place and receive business phone calls. Often traditional business local and long distance services can be costly. However, you can make calls to local, long distance, mobile and even International phone numbers seamlessly with Business VoIP Solutions. When you utilize a Business VoIP-to-VoIP network, you eliminate local and long distance charges. There are also substantial savings for Business VoIP customers making calls to non-VoIP numbers. Business VoIP services are suitable for small and midsized businesses as well as large enterprises with multiple locations.

There are several options available when it comes to Business VoIP service. For many businesses, a Hosted IP PBX, Virtual PBX or Managed VoIP are the most cost-effective and quickest way to implement a high quality Business VoIP Solution. SIP Trunking Service is another option that is used in IP telephony and Business VoIP deployment. With a Hosted PBX, your business will be able to access VoIP services without the large initial investment. With a Managed PBX, your business can focus on what it does best by outsourcing the management of your PBX system. With SIP Trunking, your business is able to converge both voice and data onto a single connection that interfaces to the PSTN (Public Switched Telephone Network).

Business VoIP service is loaded with feature rich service options including remote office for mobile and virtual workers, voicemail as email and more. Business VoIP service providers also offer true Quality of Service (QoS) which affords businesses greater flexibility through prioritization of voice and data traffic.  Carrier Consulting can help with you VOIP Service options contact us toll free (800) 987-4000 or the contact form to the right.


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