iSIP, owned by Interoute and controlled by the Sandoz Family Foundation, is planning to take on Skype in Europe within the corporate market using SIP, low flat rate pricing per month and by addressing security concerns.
According to Reuters:
Companies could use the service to cut communication costs with their
staff, customers or suppliers anywhere in the world. Interoute plans to
offer iSiP for a flat fee of 1,500 pounds ($2,620) a month to
companies, with no limit on the number of users.
Interoute said on Tuesday its iSiP service, which like Skype uses the
Voice over Internet Protocol (VoIP) technology, will also allow
companies to offer free Internet calls, free national calls and cheaper
calls to mobiles, but without any security concerns.