VoIP provider AccessLine Communications Corp. said Thursday its SmartVoice Service has increased the availability of local numbers in cities throughout the Pacific Northwest.
SmartVoice Service is a hosted VoIP offering designed for SMBs. Businesses using the offering can develop a virtual presence almost anywhere in the region by providing its customers local phone numbers, AccessLine said.
The service is available across the United States through direct sales or a network of local agents. AccessLine has a channel program.
AccessLine’s expanded availability of local numbers includes areas in central Oregon, such as Central Point, Eugene, Grants Pass, Jacksonville, Medford, Phoenix, Roseburg, Madras, Prineville, Redmond, Sisters, Beaverton and Bend; in southern Idaho, including Boise, Nampa, Caldwell, Emmett and Mt. Home; and throughout Washington with new availability in Benton City, Kennewick, Pasco, Richland, Aberdeen, Des Moines, Graham, Mount Vernon, Oak Harbor, Renton, Roy, Skykomish, Tacoma, Waverly, Whatcom City and Spokane.
AccessLine Communications Corp. www.accessline.com
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