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High-capacity
voice termination
in France

TDM access to 3rd largest fiber network
at Paris and Strasbourg PoPs
- 10 Gbit/s SIP clusters
- Nortel-powered TDM
- Premium-grade VoIP

SIP trunk provider in France

Users in Portugal, Spain, Italy, Cyprus, Greece and the Middle East now have an excellent alternative to using Frankfurt SIP proxies. Most of these regions are better connected to either Paris or Marseilles IP exchanges. If you’re using international VoIP out of these locations, use our PoP in France rather than Germany: access much better latency and reduce the amount of network transfer.
DID numbers
in France
Paris
$4.68/month
National
$5.85/month
Northeast
$5.85/month
Northwest
$5.85/month
Corsica
$5.85/month
Southwest
$5.85/month
Any area code available for provisioning.
SIP rates to French
networks
Landline
$0.0071/min
Bouygues
$0.0590/min
Orange
$0.0590/min
SFR
$0.0590/min
Free
$0.0590/min
Others
$0.0590/min
If you wish to contact us by phone, please call the number below:
+33800911344

France: seriously powerful networks, now closer to your server

Sending SIP calls via proxies in France reduces latency and improves call quality. An unfortunate trend among call shops is to operate with one node in Frankfurt – but for our users south and west of the German border (and north of the la Manche), this often represents a serious problem in terms of call delivery and voice quality. Your supplier may be "separating media and signalling", as they put it, but that does’nt reduce the amount of hops and network transfer.

France is directly connected to UK networks via a multitude of undersea cable systems,

such as TAT-14, Tamares, CIRCE, FLAG Atlantic, HUGO and more. If you have voice traffic originating in the UK and terminating to areas in the Mediterranean, Middle East and West Africa, route through Paris or Marseilles, not Frankfurt.

The France-IX exchange is directly reachable from both Paris and Marseilles locations, as well as from multiple Interxion, Equinix, Telehouse, Telecity and SFR facilities in France. Interoute, Cogent and France Telecom have datacenters in Strasbourg.

Free trial is available for IT infrastructure managers and developers.