Michigan-based master agency Telegration has added another service provider to its portfolio.
Telegrations channel partners now may sell Ohio-headquartered Buckeye TeleSystems services.
Buckeye TeleSystem, founded in 1994, runs a redundant fiber-optic network and reaches more than 6,000 businesses in northwestern Ohio, Sandusky, Ohio, and southeastern Michigan. The company operates the commercial VoIP Epiphany Integrated Communications brand. Epiphany comprises hosted stations such as hosted IP Centrex, SIP trunks and SIP-based business lines. Buckeye offers other voice and data services, too.
We have the ability to provide service for any commercial customer, whether you need one line or a 10-Gigabit carrier Ethernet circuit,” said John Martin, president of Buckeye TeleSystem, in a prepared statement. On average, we save our new customers over 15 percent when they switch their service to Buckeye TeleSystem.”
Telegration said agents selling Buckeye TeleSystem products can count on advantages including round-the-clock customer service, scalability and fast response time.
It will be a tremendous advantage for both companies to now work together.” said Telegration President Denis Raue.