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OPEX, Broadvox Team to Offer VoIP

OPEX Communications Inc. (Booths 213-215), a service provider with a channel program and a sponsor of the Channel Partners Conference & Expo, plans to unveil its OPEX InternetVoice service during the show. The service will launch commercially in April.


OPEX has partnered with VoIP provider Broadvox LLC to offer InternetVoice through its T1 service or through a customers DSL or cable modem high-speed Internet connection.


Agents will be able to hawk OPEX InternetVoice with features including unlimited local and long-distance service packages, around-the-clock online management of calling features and VoIP CPE. OPEX will handle customer service, and will include Internet and VoIP services on one bill.


OPEX has built its success by empowering its customers by providing state-of-the-art network services with an excellent reputation for back-office systems and support. That makes the company an ideal strategic partner for Broadvox, says Gerry DeHaven, Broadvox president of channel sales. This agreement will further strengthen OPEXs competitiveness as a telecommunications services reseller, accelerating the companys move to the inevitable future of telecom as we remain focused on building and managing the most up-to-date VoIP network and resale support systems.


OPEX specializes in the marketing and fulfillment of traditional long-distance, wireless, fixed wireless, dialup Internet access, conference calling and dedicated Internet services.


The Broadvox partnership will enable OPEX to offer the latest technological applications in a fast and economical way, says Tom Jacobs, CEO of OPEX. We have built our business strategy around driving down operating costs and passing the savings on to our customers while maintaining a sharp focus on customer support. Our partnership with Broadvox fits into our strategy since we can tap into Broadvoxs many years of VoIP experience to offer a flexible and scaleable service to our end users.



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