Hosted VoIP: Integra Debuts New Service
October 03, 2012 - News
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Portland, Ore.-based Integra Telecom has launched its version of hosted VoIP, complete with voice, data and equipment for business customers.

The service is sold through channel partners.

The competitive service provider built its hosted service on the Metaswitch platform. Features include an integrated voice and data circuit up to 100mbps; a per-line bundle; the option to add capabilities; fully managed CPE; and service management through a web portal.

“With Hosted Voice Service, Integra satisfies business customer demand for a reliable, fully managed communications solution," said Joe Harding, senior vice president of marketing at Integra Telecom, in a press release. "This offering allows businesses to focus on their growth and day-to-day priorities."

Integra's hosted VoIP introduction comes as most of its competitors already offer their own such products, and, in several cases, have done so for years.

 

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