Zangi vs Bria &
Other SIP Phones
Security, conveniences, and capabilities of Zangi that SIP softphones like Bria lack.
Zangi connects your phone system to your user-friendly web dashboard in minutes. Only a one-time setup is needed to connect your whole team.
SIP softphones require each and every user to go through a rather complex setup process to connect their SIP account from their smartphones.
Create your own public or private network, with your own dashboard, users and more. The network fully belongs to you.
There are no networks, only stand-alone apps connected to your system.
Easily integrate all your team via link invitations from your dashboard. Add and remove users, as needed.
Adding users with other SIP softphones can be a hassle and will take longer.
Send push notifications to any of your network users from your dashboard.
There is no option to send message notifications to all your members.
Check your statistics and team activity right from your web dashboard.
SIP softphones don’t have a dashboard nor show statistics.
Your phone system connects to Zangi’s backend via a server-to-server gateway, with a private IP.
SIP phones connect with a public IP. Outside access to your system and risks are possible.
All messages and calls are end-to-end encrypted, ensuring only you and your recipient can read what’s sent.
SIP phones usually mention that they’re encrypted, but don’t say anything about being end-to-end encrypted.
The Zangi app uses Opus HD codec for voice calls. Received voice is sent from Zangi to your phone system via G.711 high quality codec.
On SIP softphones voice is sent with a non-HD codec, and so the voice you transfer is not HD.
Combine secure messaging, voice and video calls to your SIP Phone System.