Company launches a VoIP service for PBX customers in 21 markets across the U.S., and will roll it out to other markets later this year.
Time Warner has launched a VoIP service for PBX customers in 21 markets across the U.S., and will roll it out to other markets later this year.
The new service, TW Telecom One Solution, will initially offer unlimited long-distance calling for business customers, site to site, using Time Warner's metro Ethernet platform. New services will later be added.
The first phase of VoIP-based products offered under TW Telecom One Solution are targeted at PBX customers, and include: TW Telecom One Connect, a VoIP trunking solution; TW Telecom One Reach, an IP FX virtual numbering service; and TW Telecom One Forum, a conferencing solution. In concert with this VoIP-based business strategy launch, Time Warner Telecom is offering free VoIP VPN service to all its site-to-site customers in the 44 markets it serves.
TW Telecom One Solution services are now available in: Atlanta; Albuquerque, N.M.; Austin, Texas; Binghamton, N.Y.; Charlotte, N.C.; Cincinnati; Columbus, Ohio; Dallas; Denver; Greensboro, N.C.; Indianapolis; Memphis, Tenn.; Milwaukee; Minneapolis; New York City; Orlando, Fla.; Portland, Ore.; Raleigh, N.C.; San Antonio, Texas; San Diego; and Tampa, Fla.
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