Sprint expands SIP trunking offering in Europe

04 July 2013 |


US operator Sprint is expanding its SIP trunking solution offering to 12 European countries.

The move is said to support the needs of its enterprise customers, enabling a business to cut ‘physical trunk’ costs by converging their voice and data traffic on its MPLS network infrastructure.

The service will be available in Austria, Belgium, Denmark, France, Germany, Ireland, Italy, Netherlands, Spain, Sweden, Switzerland and the United Kingdom.

“Flexibility and scalability are key advantages of SIP trunking and we are pleased to extend these benefits to businesses with operations in Europe,” said Tim Donahue, VP of solutions and international sales at Sprint.

Sprint is expected to be acquired by Softbank later this month.