AT&T Inc. said its IP Flexible Reach can now be added to existing key telephone systems, allowing SMBs to transition to VoIP without having to replace their legacy systems.
IP Flexible Reach is available nationwide, uses VoIP technology and enables unlimited local and on-net calling, as well as competitive long-distance and international calling plans, the company said. It also has a “virtual telephone number” capability, which allows businesses to support telephone numbers from multiple local calling areas and expand their geographic coverage.
The virtual telephone number also lets SMBs route calls originating from across the country and answer them at a central location; assign telephone numbers for branch offices that are supported by a centralized IP PBX; use an existing IP data network to distribute calls to branch offices; and access local calling feature options.
IP Flexible Reach provides alternate access to the PSTN in most major markets and helps ensure that telephony, including 911 calls, can continue outside the IP network if necessary. The product also has the flexibility to expand when levels of higher bandwidth are required.
IP Flexible Reach is already available with TDM PBXs, certified IP PBXs and the AT&T Voice DNA service.
AT&T Inc. www.att.com
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