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TelePacific Showcases Sweet Selections

CHANNEL PARTNERS TelePacific Communications (Booth #1401), a CLEC serving California and Nevada, says its customers are going to feel like kids in a candy store when they get a look at the companys new and upcoming products and services being showcased at the Channel Partners Conference & Expo.

TelePacific says its Leasing Program is ideal for customers who need a new phone system or data network equipment, but dont want to tie up the capital needed to purchase the equipment capital that could instead be put to work building the business. Customers of TelePacifics voice and data services can select new equipment from any brand and consolidate the monthly payments on the same bill as their telecom services.  TelePacific says its leasing program provides the one-stop shop for customers who need new equipment and related software, warranties, maintenance and service.  And the leasing customer can buy the equipment for just $1 after the lease period is over.

TelePacific says its now offering a diverse array of mobile devices and services to help customers consolidate business voice, data and other wireless services with one provider and one invoice. For example, users can choose between two popular Blackberry smartphones or the sleek Motorola W385 feature phone to serve their mobile needs. From basic cell phones to personal MiFi hotspots combined with attractive minute, data and text packages, TelePacific Mobile claims to cater to all mobility needs.

The company says its Ethernet access portfolio provides more speed and access options for less money. The portfolio, which includes Ethernet over Fiber (with speeds up to 1 Gbps), Ethernet over TDM (with speeds up to 135 Mbps) and the recently launched Ethernet-over-Copper (with speeds from 1Mbps to 40 Mbps) is designed to cost-effectively meet customers application requirements and is flexible enough to adapt to changing needs.


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