PRI stands for "Primary Rate Interface" which is a type of Digital Telecommunication service used to deliver multiple voice and data transmissions over traditional copper lines. It's commonly used for connecting Enterprise phone systems (PBX) to the Public Switched Telephone Network (PSTN) for Voice Communication
Multiple Channels: Offers multiple voice or data channels for simultaneous communication.
Digital Transmission: Uses digital signaling for high-quality voice and data transmission.
30 Bearer Channels: Provides 30 simultaneous voice channels and one data channel (for signaling).
Direct Inward Dialing (DID): Allows callers to directly reach individual extensions without operator assistance
Caller ID: Displays caller information, enhancing call management and personalization.
Uniform Dialing Plan: Maintains consistent numbering plan for internal and external calls.
Scalability: Can be expanded with additional PRI lines to accommodate growing communication needs
Voice Clarity: Offers clear and consistent voice quality for calls.
Reliability: Ensures stable and reliable communication, suitable for critical business operations.
Integration: Seamlessly integrates with PBX systems and Enterpeise communication setups.