Historically, the telecommunications needs of businesses in rural areas of the country, as well as Tier 2 & 3 cities, have been underserved. As a result, they have been more vulnerable to high connectivity pricing compared with companies in major metropolitan areas. Nitel and PowerNet Global understand the demands driven by this client base and are committed to providing more affordable data solutions to these areas, the companies said.
“PowerNet Global is very excited to be partnering with Nitel to serve these more rural markets with cost-effective data solutions,” said Matt Ziebro, vice president of enterprise sales at PowerNet Global. “We really think this will help our agent base to win more deals in areas they might not have been able to in the past.”
Together, the companies offer dedicated Internet access, private line and MPLS services to these difficult-to-reach parts of the country by leveraging unique flat-rate pricing.
“We look forward to a successful alliance with PowerNet Global,” commented Rick Stern, CEO of Nitel. “As a strategic partner and distribution channel for Nitel’s unique set of products, PowerNet Global represents a great opportunity for more customers outside the major metropolitan areas to take advantage of cost-effective, reliable data connectivity.”
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October 19 2018 @ 21:53:25 UTC