Triniti Communications Expands Business VoIP Service, Launches Spirit Mobile
Triniti Communications, a provider of business VoIP phone systems, has launched a Spirit mobile phone service.
The new service allows the company to provide cutting-edge digital communications products and services to customers. They are marketed through the company’s unique daily paying Referral Marketing.
The Referral Marketing, according to company officials, gives equal opportunity to every customer to procure these innovative digital products and services including business VoIP, eliminating out-of-pocket expenses and allowing users to take control of their finances.
Business VoIP phone allows companies to save money on their phone service and create a customer service model built on professionalism.
Trinity’s product lines now includes GeneSys, the residential and business VoIP Phone Service; Spirit Mobile, its cellular phone service; Nuclius, the high definition IPTV service; Destina, the broadband Internet service; Divine Fortress, a broadband home security system; and Prophesa, the MoIP phone service.
Triniti Communications also offers excellent customer support. Unlike many other providers, Trinity does not outsource customer service to foreign countries.
Now the company’s infrastructure and network is growing to span the continental U.S., Canada and several international markets.
Recent statistics provided by Infonetics Research has revealed that the business VoIP industry will eventually be worth upwards of $76.1 billion by 2015. Several key players in the market have shown significant growth during the past several months.
For example, Nextiva, a provider of business VoIP solutions, announced it has expanded significantly in 2011, increasing business VoIP communication clients by a staggering 104 percent. The company’s revenue and number of employees also doubled in size over the 12-month period.
Nextiva’s business VoIP solution includes a customizable virtual PBX, so callers can route themselves to the person or department they need to reach. Nextiva’s auto-attendant, a feature that was unavailable and even incomprehensible with the legacy system, allows callers to dial by name, assist in messaging and routing, plays on-hold music and offers advanced call routing.
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