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VoIP Innovations Cuts Toll-Free Monthly DID Fees to 25 Cents
VoIP Innovations (News - Alert) has slashed its Toll-Free Monthly DID Fee to 25 cents for the company’s wholesale customers. The wholesale VoIP specialists announced that as of March 1, 2017 they would be dropping their fees for both new and existing DIDs.
The promotion is not time limited either, which translates to major savings for wholesale VoIP customers. VoIP Innovations will ensure DIDs do not incur any activation or porting fees, although some exclusions will apply. Enterprise customers can contact the company to upgrade their accounts if they wish to take advantage of the savings.
Wholesale VoIP customers enjoy toll-free services provided through the company’s fully redundant SIP network and managed by the BackOffice solution. Services are routed via Tier 1 providers for an extra layer of redundancy and reliability. Customers may port new numbers or move existing numbers to the VoIP Innovations service to take advantage of the slashed fees with no porting or activation fees applied. Toll-free numbers are also compatible with a variety of features, including call forwarding, conferencing, failover and fax-to-email.
Existing VoIP Innovations customers can use their BackOffice accounts to take advantage of the savings. This requires dropping down the DID menu, selecting the “Purchase DIDs” option, selecting Toll-Free DIDs and following the steps as instructed. New customers who would like to try out the deal may sign up for a free trial of BackOffice to peruse the company’s warehouse of more than 500,000 DIDs. Dedicated porting specialists are available to help move DIDs at no additional costs.
New and existing customers not only get to take advantage of the DID offer, but also gain access to the company’s support staff for queries and troubleshooting. VoIP Innovations also boasts a comprehensive collection of VoIP resources for education, training and support. The company maintains more than 8,500 rate centers and services including redundant Sansay (News - Alert) switching, redundant data centers and power grids and dark fiber infrastructure.
Edited by Alicia Young