Australian telco, MyNetFone, has launched VoiceLink, a new business phone plan offering unlimited phone lines for $49 per month.
According to the telco, the phone plan replaces ISDN and multiple landlines by connecting a business’ existing PBX via SIP trunking rather than the traditional telephony model.
MyNetFone said the plan is targeted at businesses that receive a high volume of inbound calls, and for seasonal or promotional businesses whose incoming call volume fluctuates.
The telco claimed the plan provides flexible line capacity because it allows businesses to pay for any outgoing calls they make, phone number ranges, and a data tail with bandwidth to carry the VoiceLink SIP Trunking call traffic
MyNetFone co-founder and chief executive, Rene Sugo, said, “VoiceLink combines the freedom to scale with a predictable monthly fee. Users can replace an ISDN 30 costing over $1000/month, with a $49 VoiceLink. Imagine the cost savings of replacing five ISDN 30s with just one VoiceLink.”
According to the telco, the switch to VoiceLink lets businesses retain existing phone numbers, handsets and staff extensions.