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[February 13, 2013]

Bandwidth Enhances Unified Communications Presence by Signing Integrated Private Label SIP Trunking Solution with BizVoIP.com

Feb 13, 2013 (Close-Up Media via COMTEX) -- Bandwidth, a choice scalable voice, 9-1-1 and SMS solutions, announced BizVoIP.com as a new Unified Communication Trunking (UC Trunking) customer.

According to a release, Bandwidth UC Trunking is a private label SIP Trunking solution that lets BizVoIP.com replace referral agreements by adding voice calling into the company's portfolio of unified communications services to directly participate in voice revenue streams.

BizVoIP.com is a resource for companies in New York, New Jersey and Connecticut looking for a better telecom experience, providing enhanced voice communications systems to large businesses that value the ability to stay in touch with its clients.

"With Bandwidth as our voice partner, we can quickly pursue new revenue streams that we fully control without complicated partner relationships and payout plans. In fact, we already have multiple customers benefiting from Bandwidth UC Trunking today," said Allan Rappaport, CEO of BizVoIP.com. "We add voice, to include supporting customers' 9-1-1 needs, without hassling with telecom's complexities." "As communication technology evolves, everyone is racing to stay one step ahead of customer needs while also taking advantage of opportunities to provide a broader palate of communications services," said Steve Leonard, executive vice president and general manager of Bandwidth. "For a UC provider like BizVoIP.com who is interested in adding voice to its portfolio, Bandwidth UC Trunking helps them take direct control of their voice calling revenues." Bandwidth is a choice for those looking to leverage communications as a tool.

More information: bandwidth.com ((Comments on this story may be sent to newsdesk@closeupmedia.com))

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