September 14, 2009
Phone Power Acquires Broadvox's Residential Customer Base
By Stefania Viscusi, Assignment Desk Editor
Dallas-based managed VoIP services provider Broadvox (News - Alert), has announced it chose a Los Angeles, California-based broadband telephone company to take over its residential customer base.
Phone Power, which offers telephone services to the continental U.S. and Canada, will take over Broadvox’s direct residential VoIP customers – helping to further grow the provider’s coverage areas across the nation to more Tier 2 markets and to reach further into Canada.
Officials said the transfer will occur in stages, beginning on Tuesday, September 15, and will be completed in early October. Also, all services and rates will continue to be offered uninterrupted during the switch.
"Broadvox and Phone Power have built a long and productive relationship over the years, and we are excited to welcome these new customers to the Phone Power family," said Ari Ramezani, Phone Power CEO.
Broadvox declined to comment when reached by TMCnet.
For business customers, Broadvox recently announced interoperability with NEC (News - Alert) Unified Solutions’ UNIVERGE SV8100 and UX5000 IP communications servers.
Together, NEC’s UNIVERGE IP communication servers and Broadvox’s GO SIP Trunking offering, provide affordable IP communications with support for digital, wired and wireless networks.
Stefania Viscusi is an assignment editor for TMCnet, covering VoIP, CRM, call center and wireless technologies. To read more of Stefania’s articles, please visit her columnist page.
Edited by Stefania Viscusi