Evergreen, CO-based WisperTEL will now offer wireless Internet telephony and broadband services to small offices and home offices ( SOHO) with the help of VoIP facilitator CommPartners, the company announced. The announcement follows WisperTEL’s recent VoIP residential efforts after the company teamed with CommPartners to aid its WisperTEL-E-phone product two months ago.
According to the new agreement, WisperTEL's E-phone service will incorporate bundled calling packages including 400 nationwide and Canada long distance minutes, simultaneous calling features, call transfer and "find me" service, voicemail, Caller ID, audio/Web conferencing, and a Web portal for managing inbound and outbound calls for a bundled price of $25.95 per line per month. The company also recently reduced its broadband service pricing to include a commercial T1 (1.544 Mbps symmetrical) service for $119.95 per month.
"Due to CommPartners' IP technology expertise, network architecture and robust feature set offerings, WisperTEL is now able to deliver a highly competitive bundled telephony and broadband service to SOHO and small business owners," said Barry Pier, founder and chief executive officer of WisperTEL. "CommPartners is enabling us to deliver these customers an estimated cost savings of up to thirty percent over traditional wireline offerings and further build our brand in key markets."
CommPartners provides VoIP facilitation services such as Subscriber Endpoint Control, Connectivity to the Public Switched Telephone Network ("PSTN"), Long Distance services, and Subscriber Management. WisperTEL will eventually add in CommPartners-enabled, enhanced Small Office/Home Office ("SOHO") services such as auto attendant, four digit dialing between offices and user-friendly Web portal for moves, additions and changes for commercial customers.
WisperTEL has already started pre-registering interested subscribers, and plans to officially launch the new service next month.
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