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VYL Debuts Agent Program for 1-VOIP

December 16, 2011 - News

VoIP Your Life LLC, a provider of hosted PBX and SIP trunk services, announced this week the official launch of its 1-VoIP channel program.

Targeted partners include telecom agents, systems integrators, value added resellers, consultants and others.

Under the program, partners sign a one-year agent agreement.  While specific terms of the agreement remain confidential, the program does not include standard clauses required by most competitors, like monthly revenue quotas, agent exclusivity, or commissions that are kept by the carrier after the agreement with the agent terminates.

 “Agents want to spend the majority of their business day working on their core business activities, not chasing support issues or commission payments," said Dennis Smith, operations manager of VYL. “We’ve worked tirelessly to remove obstacles between the channel market and service providers.  To do that, we focused on three things: one, building a rock-solid service that agents want to sell and businesses want to purchase; two, setting competitive pricing that allows the agent to succeed in the marketplace; and three, creating a strong commission plan without all the 'gotchas' found in most agent agreements."

Founded in 2005, VYL offers residential phone service and business hosted PBX or unlimited SIP trunking services with plans that include over 40 call-managing features. 

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