Smart Feature

adapts to business

Adapts to your business

Add and remove lines as your business needs them.

Over The Top

Over The Top

Use Commander SIP with any Internet provider. 

Cost Effective

Cost Effective

Add single channels after your minimum of 2.

Business Continuity

Business Continuity

Calls can be redirected to another number if your services aren't reachable.

Shorter Lead-times

Discount for Contract

Take this plan over 5 years and receive a discount.

Shorter Lead-times

Shorter Lead-times

Connects quicker than traditional ISDN and PSTN lines.

Business One SIP Plan

Minimum 2 channels

Month to month plan

Unlimited local and national calls

Unlimited calls to Australian mobiles

Great international rates

Save on longer contract. Talk to us for details.

Critical Information Summary

$45/mth
Min. cost $90 for 2 channels over 1 month

Smart Extras

Fax-to-Email

Receive incoming faxes via your email inbox.

$8/mth

Number Ranges

Get ranges of 10, 50 or 100 numbers to use with extensions.

From $16/mth

Reception Central

Your receptionist will be able to direct calls using an app on their computer.

$74.95/mth

Why Commander for your phone solution?

Flexible Phone Solutions

We have phone products to suit businesses of all sizes, from basic phone lines to hosted phone systems. 

No Lock In Contracts

Your phone solution can change with your business with no contracts on phone lines. 

Price Certainty

With local, national and mobile calls included in your plan, bill shock will be a thing of the past.

FAQ's

SIP

Is there a minimum number of channels?

A minimum of 2 channel is required to use Commander SIP. Once the 2 channels have been purchased, you can add individual channels to your service as and when you need them.

How many channels do I need?

Each Commander SIP Channel provides 1 concurrent call. If your business needs to make 4 calls at the same time, you need 4 channels.

What kind of phone systems does Commander SIP work with?

Commander SIP works with IP enabled phone system. It’s best to check with your phone system manufacturer to find out if your system is IP based or have a chat to your local Commander Centre. (link to the Locate Us page)