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[December 04, 2012]

Smartnet Announces New VoIP Reseller Program Offering the Industries Highest Commissions

(PR Web Via Acquire Media NewsEdge) Miami Lakes,Florida (PRWEB) December 04, 2012 Smartnet Telecom, the retail division of long time VoIP provider 3NG Networks, today announced its new VoIP Reseller Program aimed at increasing reseller profits and customer loyalty. The new program showcases the company’s ongoing commitment to enable VAR’s in successfully selling SIP Trunking, Hosted PBX and other dial tone services nationwide.

The enhanced program will focus on co-marketing efforts as well as offer pre-sales qualification tools, plug-n-play proposal templates and web portals for tracking customer orders and payments. The new resources are intended to shorten the sales cycle, simplify the ordering process, and accelerate commission payments to the VoIP Reseller.

The new commission payouts include several options aimed at beating any existing VoIP reseller offering by any other provider. Smartnet’s goal is to win the business and trust of the reseller market while rewarding them with the best profit shares in the industry.

In addition, Smartnet has launched a newly re-designed website promoting the company’s Business VoIP and Internet services with a clear and easy to understand layout that will help End Users quickly find the product or service their organization can benefit from.

With services ranging from Business Lines and SIP Trunking to Hosted PBX systems and Business Class Internet, End Users and Resellers as sure to find a telecom solution that will help save money and increase productivity with unlimited calling anywhere in the United States and enriched features manageable from any web browser.

Smartnet understands that compatibility with legacy phone systems and all newer IP enabled systems is crucial for a successful business VoIP offering. Having successfully completed interoperability with all major brands and continually testing new and existing systems, resellers can have confidence in knowing their customers VoIP provider is offering a compatible service with crystal clear voice quality.

For more information on Smartnet's VoIP Reseller Programs, please visit: http://www.smartnet-telecom.net About Smartnet Telecom Smartnet Telecom services enable companies to quickly and cost effectively deploy leading edge Business VoIP solutions in one or multiple locations, reducing overall monthly spending while increasing service quality and value. Their nationwide IP and Fiber backbone, with access to phone numbers from over 9000 North American cities, ensures that End Users benefit from crystal clear voice quality and get more while spending less.

Contact Information: VoIP Reseller Channel sales(at)smartnet-telecom(dot)net 7735 NW 146 ST, Suite 202 Miami Lakes, Fl. 33016 Local: 1-305-423-3333 Toll Free: 1-888-284-0802 ### Read the full story at http://www.prweb.com/releases/business-phone-service/smartnet-telecom/prweb10196681.htm (c) 2012 PRWEB.COM Newswire

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