Nextiva, a company known in the business VoIP space for its unmatched level of service, knows firsthand that small- to medium-sized organizations have strict budgets they must adhere to. To help them remain in line with their budgets with money the spare, the company is offering the lowest pricing in company history on the Polycom (News - Alert) IP 331 and the 550; Polycom’s most widely used phones.
According to a recent blog post, the Polycom 331 can now be purchased at cost-effective $82.95 and the Polycom 550 is only $154.95. Excited to take advantage of this amazing deal? Just wait, it gets even better because when you buy the Polycom 550, you will receive a $50 mail-in-rebate which lowers the total price of the business VoIP tool to a mere $104.95. I mean come on that that price is equivalent to dinner at some restaurants!
Now if you are seeking a phone that power HD-Voice codecs and technology, the Polycom 550 is the ideal solution to help your business enhance sound quality now and in the future. When seamlessly integrating the Polycom 550 with Nextiva’s network, you will be truly astonished of how clear the other party on the call sounds even if they are located around the globe.
The business VoIP provider offers two distinct plans that can meet your individual company needs. The Nextiva Office Pro enables small businesses to continue to enhance their footprint, drive productivity and reduce phone services by almost half. Starting at $34.95, this offering delivers a next-generation business phone system and because it is in the cloud you only pay for what you need. On the other hand, Nextiva Office Enterprise allows for your workforce to be much more mobile, connecting colleagues located in multiple offices. This innovative plan starts a $44.95.
Currently available to all Nextiva clients, according to the company it “works hard to deliver the lowest possible rates to clients and hopes to inform you in the near future of even bigger discounts.”
Last month, TMCnet reported that the company has received a new round of funding from private equity and venture capital investors. With this newly accessible capital, the organization will be able to make some significant enhancements to its VoIP platform, in addition to hiring at least 100 new employees throughout this year.
“At Nextiva, we take pride in our ability to secure ongoing relationships with new customers and hire the best and brightest talent to deliver amazing service to them,” Yaniv Masjedi, VP at Nextiva, said in a statement.
Edited by Amanda Ciccatelli