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Binary Telecom Plans and Pricing:

Residential and Home office
   Residential Account - $23.95, 1 Phone Number, Unlimited calls to US & Canada
   Tandem Residential - $43.95 - 2 Phone Numbers - Unlimited calls to US & Canada

Small Business
   Business Account - $29.95 - 1 Number - Unlimited* calls to US & Canada
   Tandem Business - $49.95 - 2 Numbers with Unlimited calls to US & Canada
     PBX Connect Value - $129 - 10 Numbers, 2500 minutes, then 2.5 each
  
VoIP Toll-Free - $6.00 + 4 per minute - 1 Toll free Number (800,866,877) With a
      Full Auto Attendant.
Must be purchased with at least one other account

Larger Businesses
   PBX Connect Basic - $295 - 30 DIDs, 5000 minutes, then 2.0 each.
   PBX Connect Plus - $395 - 60 DIDs, 10,000 minutes, then 2.0 each
   PBX Connect Premium - $795 - 100 DIDs, 20,000 minutes, then 2.0 each

SIP Trunking Service for IP PBXs including, Asterisk, Mitel, ShoreTel, Cisco, Allworx, 3CX, AltiGen, Panasonic, Adtran, Vertical, GrandStream, Linksys, Polycom, Toshiba, and Microsoft Response Point.
Using an IP PBX will allow for multiple simultaneous calls, so one DID is all you need. Origination and termination on SIP trunks are as follows:
     SIP Trunk Value - $125/month, includes 5,000 minutes, then 2.0 each.
     SIP Trunk Basic - $225/month, includes 10,000 minutes, then 2.0 each
     SIP Trunk Plus - $425/month, includes 20,000 minutes, then 2.0 each
     SIP Trunk Premium - $975/month, includes 50,000 minutes, then 1.75 each

ATA's and IP Phones
Use your own hardware, or get the latest equipment here. When purchased from Binary Telecom, your new equipment will not be locked or have the password changed from its default settings. You can use it with most other hosted VoIP providers. Call for prices.

*Normal Business usage