IP Fixed Voice Connection
Move towards all-IP with a simple and secure voice transit solution
With IP Fixed Voice Connection, you can direct your voice communications to all destinations: landlines, mobiles, within France, to overseas territories, internationally, to Orange and other Operators, as well as calls to value-added services.
- Take advantage of the reliability of the IP interconnection and the simplicity of our connection solutions.
- Benefit from the transparent technological migration of the interconnection for your customers.
- Take advantage of the scalable nature of an architecture that is gradually and continuously enhanced.
Find out more
You can view the reference offer in interconnection and Orange access, along with interconnection rates at Orange.com. (opens in a new window)
Do you want an IP interconnection?
IP Fixed Voice Connection provides you with an IP interconnection to process all of your voice communications.
Do you want to connect with ease to Orange’s IP network?
IP Fixed Voice Connection has a simple architecture: the native IP flows are delivered directly over the IP. This means that there is no need for a technical conversion between IP technology and Time Division Multiplexing (TDM) technology. Take a step towards all-IP with no constraints; all you need is a single connection point, to be chosen from 5 options, and 2 connection links for securing.
A sales rep is at your disposal to present the features and conditions of this offer.
E-services are available 24/7, including eligibility and pricing tools
Online ordering tools and services are available 24/7 for you to place your order and monitor its status independently.
Tools for online reporting of observed malfunctions and real time monitoring of service restoration.
Monthly billing with customized consumption monitoring, suiting the specifics of the offer you subscribed to.
1 Gbit/s and 10 Gbit/s.
Yes, we offer link sharing.
All destinations: France, worldwide, landlines, mobiles, as well as calls to value-added service numbers.
Session Initiation Protocols (SIP and SIP-I).