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IPComms Introduces Unlimited 2-Way Business Trunks

IPComms announced today the introduction of Unlimited 2-Way SIP Trunks in efforts to help businesses increase efficiency and to add a measure of predictability in the management of their inbound and outbound communications costs.

Nov 17 2013, 3:34pm CST | by PR.com

Atlanta, GA, November 17, 2013 --(PR.com)-- IPComms announced today the introduction of Unlimited 2-Way SIP Trunks in efforts to help businesses increase efficiency and to add a measure of predictability in the management of their inbound and outbound communications costs.

This new service offering enables businesses to purchase flat-rate SIP channels that include unmetered local and long-distance voice and a host of capabilities including failover.

Prior to the launch of Unlimited 2-Way Trunks, the only option available for domestic outbound calling was metered long-distance, which for some businesses introduced a level of unpredictability when attempting to accurately forecast their monthly phone bill. With IPComms Unlimited 2-Way Business Trunks, customers can now lock-in their communications costs allowing them to accurately anticipate their monthly bill.

“Responding to our customer requests, we’ve introduced Unlimited 2-Way Business Trunks which allow our customers to stop counting minutes and simply pay a flat rate for their monthly communications services,” said IP Communications President Donald Hansil. “IPComms will continue to offer our usage-based pricing model which lets businesses pay for only what they use, but will now give our customers the option to choose what pricing model works best for their business requirements.”

For more information about IPComms Unlimited 2-Way Business Trunks, visit http://www.ipcomms.net/unlimited-2way-business-trunks.

About IP Communications
IPCommunications (IPComms) is one of the first service providers to offer quality SIP trunking services to small and mid-sized businesses. IPComms leads the industry in providing worldwide local, toll-free and international telephone numbers over Voice over IP networks. The company delivers clear, fast and affordable voice communication services to its customers using Voice Over IP technology. It provides quality inbound phone numbers (referred to as direct inward dialing, or DIDs) from more than 8000 rate centers and enables both businesses and communications services providers to extend the reach of their voice services quickly and with lower costs. The company has more than 1000 wholesale and businesses customers around the globe, Founded in 2002, IP Communications is privately held and their corporate office is in Atlanta, Georgia USA. For more information, visit www.ipcomms.net.

Contact Information:
IP Communications, LLC
James Doneghy
678-460-1475
Contact via Email
www.ipcomms.net

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