The Clearfly SIP trunks we offer are $25 per line, with  FREE unlimited long distance calling. 

If you are not ready to implement a solution utilizing new technology, the SIP trunks we offer can also be delivered as ‘analog’ lines which will work with most phone systems.  Contact us to learn more. 

Des Moines  515-331-0444

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Dubuque  563-213-5784 

Cedar Rapids 319-393-0585

Expand your market coverage with a local number in other cities.  

 You will notice that on every page of our website we provide a list of phone numbers for our customers - and prospective customers - to reach us.  We have local phone numbers for Cedar Rapids, Iowa City and a number of other Iowa communities.  

We serve a lot of satisfied customer in each of those areas, but do not have an office in each area - we have a local phone number that, when called, rings in to the SIP trunks in our Cedar Rapids office.  ​We have our phone system programmed to provide a distinctive ring so we know when a call is coming in on one of those numbers.  
How much does it cost?  (Not much) 
The cost of a Market Expansion Line from Century Link is $25 per month, per line, plus a per minute charge for usage.   The numbers we employ in each remote city which are pointed to our Clearfly SIP trunks are .35 cents each, per month.  That's it!  When you use Clearfly SIP trunks it costs only .35 each to cover remote cities as well.​

​          Expanding your market coverage.... Just another way that SIP trunks can help you be more productive in your business.  

We use Clearfly SIP trunk service to expand our market coverage and provide a local presence in remote cities.  

New Hampton  641-394-3301

POTS stands for 'Plain Old Telephone Service'

Cedar Falls/Waterloo  319-229-7454

Iowa City  319-333-7714

SIP trunks for reduced local and long distance service. 

​​​​​​​​What are SIP trunks?  SIP stands for Session Initiated Protocol.  A SIP trunk is a virtual line that uses high-speed  Internet Bandwidth to deliver local and long distance service (dial tone) to your phone system.  SIP trunks  replace  your analog (land) lines or PRI service, at a lower price.  

How do they work? A SIP trunk is  a virtual line.  There is no 'line' until a telephone user starts to place an outgoing call, or when an incoming call is received.  For the duration of that call, or for that 'session' a virtual line is created and the call is completed.  Hence the name, Session Initialed Protocol, or SIP.

But there's more - Direct Inward Dialing (DID) numbers.  When SIP trunks are used with your Panasonic or Samsung phone system,  Direct Inward Dialing (DID) capabilities can be provided.  DID gives each user or Department the ability to receive calls directly from an outside caller over their individual, or direct, number.   Ask us how we can take that even further to provide the utmost in 'Mobility'  by  connecting such calls simultaneously to the cell phones of your mobile users.  

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