Net2Phone will now offer phone numbers in Toronto, Montreal, Calgary, Vancouver, and Hamilton in Canada, and toll free numbers in the United Kingdom for use anywhere in the world. The company announced its network reach expansion today. The extended coverage would make Net2Phone’s service available to over 80 percent of service providers across the United States territory and users worldwide.
The VoIP service provider expanded the network reach to allow the company to further market its SIP-based VoiceLine and DOCSIS-compliant CableLine broadband telephony solutions to cable operators and other service providers looking to offer digital phone service to their customer base. The expanded list of phone numbers, the company says, will enhance service providers' ability to deliver voice service in their regions with local phone numbers, as well as makes more options available to international service providers looking to offer their customers a broader choice of phone numbers.
"With comprehensive coverage across the US and now internationally, we can deliver phone service to providers and individual customers in even more markets worldwide," said David Span, Senior Vice President, Product Management and Marketing at Net2Phone. "Net2Phone is committed to providing our partners with a high quality service with the features and available options that consumers are looking for out of their telephony service."
Net2Phone is one of the only domestic providers that offer of both SIP-based and DOCSIS-compliant VoIP solutions. By supporting multiple platforms and architectures, the company makes it easier for the service to conform to many cable operator's particular marketing, technical, financial and operational needs.
Net2Phone provides high-speed data service providers residential broadband telephony solutions complete with features and functionality such as call waiting, caller ID and voicemail. Net2Phone also seamlessly integrates its front and back office systems, including its billing platform, into the operator's infrastructure, facilitating a unified bill for video, high-speed data, voice and other services. Additional features include web-based tools allowing subscribers to manage their telephony features online as well as check their voicemail.
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