Digitcom services businesses of all sizes; from small (10 phones) to enterprise (up to 2500). When it comes to your business communication needs we’ve got you covered. We work with you to tailor solutions that meet your individual needs and help you experience clever telecom. Connect with us. We’d be happy to answers any questions you may have or provide you with a free no obligation quote.



A PRI line is an end-to-end digital circuit. Sometimes also called Megalink, digital, or fiber, it is a TDM, ISDN type (circuit-switched) telecom service that is rapidly replacing the older style analog line. A standard PRI service in North America has 23B channels and 1 D channel – if added together you have 24 channels.

These 24 channels are comprised of 24 channels of 64 kbit / second, or 1.544 Mbit / second (24 X 64). The PRI is a similar service to the T1 – a T1 is made up of 24B channels, or 1.544 MB as well. The T1 has 24B channels, and the PRI has 23B + 1 D channel. The PRI is used for voice, and the T1 is used for data.


A SIP Trunk is a service that allows companies with an installed PBX to use real time communications via an IP connection. By connecting a SIP trunk to an installed PBX, businesses can use VoIP for all local and long distance calling needs.

One of the greatest benefits provided by SIP trunking is the ability to combine voice and data into a single medium, in contrast to using separate circuits for each application, voice and data. By combining voice and data on a single line, businesses may see a significant reduction in operating costs.


Digitcom has designed a uniquely elegant and very inexpensive solution that allows backup options, offering 100% uptime, for a premise-based system that uses a PRI.

SureConnect backs up your premise-based phone system using Digitcom’s SIP trunking and Hosted PBX technology. SIP trunking provide benefits lacking from traditional PRI circuits. Not only are SIP Trunks more robust and cost less than PRI, but as an IP-based phone line, SIP trunking also offers the flexibility that cannot be found with any PRI circuit. On top of that, SIP trunking offers many features and benefits that address important business continuity problems. For more info

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With Digitcom’s Single Number Reach you have the flexibility to send the call anywhere you want. Single Number Reach (SNR) is a service that allows your phone number to be remote call forwarded to an alternate cell phone, phone number, auto attendant, hosted PBX extension, different office, or a combination of all of the above. Find out more



Analog phones are the same kind of phones that you’ve been using for years. The phones in your house are, quite likely, analog phones. That means they’re extremely reliable, familiar and very easy to use. You just plug them in, and they do what they’ve always done. IP phones are a little more complicated, since they’re a little more like computers. There are, however, some reasons why you might want to use IP phones as well as or instead of analog phones.


Digitcom offers a range of local & long distance residential calling plans.

Contact us to discuss the right plan for your business.


Digitcom can provide your business with domestic or North American toll free numbers. While 800 numbers are still the most desired of toll free numbers, 888, 877, 866, 855, and 844 numbers have become widely recognized and sought after toll free exchanges. Toll Free Numbers convey to your customers that not only are they encouraged to call, but you will give their calls the attention that they deserve.

Digitcom offers a convenient and cost effective way to enhance your national or North American coverage. With our consolidated billing solution, Toll Free Number charges will appear on your monthly bill, making their usage easy to track and manage.


Digital subscriber line (DSL, originally digital subscriber loop) is a family of technologies that are used to transmit digital data over telephone lines. DSL Internet access is delivered across the telephone network backbone and in most homes in the United States, and an ordinary telephone connection jack can be used to plug in to DSL Internet access.

Not all phone companies offer DSL service in every residential area, so even if phone service is available, it does not necessarily mean that DSL will also be available.


With prices going down and an increasing availability, Ethernet over Copper is becoming more popular as a means to deliver dedicated bandwidth to businesses. Both fiber based connections (t1, NxT1,DS3 and Ethernet over Fiber) as well as copper-based access methods have their own advantages. As technology keeps advancing, prices keep dropping while bandwidth availability goes up.


Fibre Channel over Ethernet (FCoE) is a computer network technology that encapsulates Fibre Channel frames over Ethernet networks. This allows Fibre Channel to use 10 Gigabit Ethernet networks (or higher speeds) while preserving the Fibre Channel protocol.