Nextiva Gives Verizon VoiceWing Customers Alternative VoIP Solution
January 29, 2009
Broadband and telecommunications giant Verizon Communications made a surprisingly announcement Wednesday that it will be permanently shutting down its VoiceWing Internet-based phone service on March 31st in order to focus on other technologies.
Customers who want to keep their phone numbers can move them to other services, but the process may take up to three weeks, says the company, so there is not much time to find an alternative.
Look no further than Nextiva. As a business Voice over IP (VoIP) service provider, Nextiva can provide Verizon customers with affordable services and superior customer service.
Nextiva’s inTALK and Connect360 business VoIP plans provide all the enhanced features that Verizon customers are used to receiving, but they can save them up to 80 percent on their monthly phone bills.
The recently launched inTALK service works with a regular business phone and does not require a computer. It comes with a free phone adapter, 25 advanced features, and allows users to keep their existing phone number. In addition, there are no contracts to sign and no long-term commitments.
This service is currently available for a low monthly price of $16.25, when users sign up for a year’s worth of service, or $19.95 on a monthly basis.
The Nextiva Connect360 has received numerous awards for its innovative and cost-effective features. It was recently named the 2008 Product of the Year by Technology Marketing Corporation’s INTERNET TELEPHONY magazine.
The editors of INTERNET TELEPHONY selected Nextiva based on its vision, leadership and attention to detail, which are the hallmarks of the prestigious Product of the Year Award.
Nextiva Connect360 provides unlimited calling to anywhere in the United States and Canada for free. It also gives businesses the opportunity to call anywhere in the world without having to worry about an expensive bill. Nextiva knows that communication is the heart of any business, and created this affordable replacement for costly business phone lines and service.
The company beat out of hundreds of competitors to win this award.
In today’s rough economic climate, many businesses are looking for ways to cut their operation costs. However, this goal is more difficult to achieve than it may seem. The challenge is to be able to reduce costs without affecting customer service. But with Nextiva’s business VoIP solutions, companies can get the most out of their phone service, enhance their customer service with advanced VoIP features and still have money left over to put towards improving other parts of their business.
Michelle Robart is a contributing editor for virtual-pbx. To read more of Michelle's articles, please visit her columnist page.
Edited by Michelle Robart