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net2phone Names TCG Top Master Agent
Growing adoption of VoIP solution should come as no surprise. VoIP enables cost savings, reliable communications, flexibility and features firms far and wide seek. VoIP solutions providers are reaping the reward of this burgeoning technology, which is trickling down the channel with master agents seeing serious prosperity as well.
net2phone (News - Alert) announced that Telecom Consulting Group (TCG), one of the United States’ largest master agencies, reached “Top Master Agent” status, as it is the highest selling master partner. TCG is built on 27 years of pairing customers and partners with exceptional, appropriate telecommunications solutions.
"We have been working with TCG for less than a year, and already their organization and agents have set a new standard for excellence," said Jonah Fink, President of net2phone. "At the start of our partnership, we worked together to establish some very aggressive monthly goals and they have exceeded those targets every month. TCG has done an amazing job, and we are proud and pleased by their success in supplying their most demanding clients with net2phone's cloud-based communications solutions."
The TCG portfolio puts forth a cornucopia of options including: cloud-based solutions, disaster recovery, virtual server, hosted VoIP, SIP metro Ethernet, internet delivered over coaxial cable, integrated T1s, dynamic T1s, long distance, local dial tone, DSL, Internet T1s and MPLS.
"net2phone has been an excellent partner from day one. Their willingness to jump in and roll up their sleeves to get the sale done is refreshing," said Dan Pirigyi, a Partner at TCG. "Their service has been excellent and their price point - which includes a free Polycom (News - Alert) phone - is super aggressive. We're happy to be the top master agency for net2phone."
When it comes to VoIP, and its sibling services it’s not a question of if, but when is your company making the migration. The digital era is upon us, and your business communications should reflect our era of innovation. It seems like TCG is certainly getting the point across.
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Edited by Mandi Nowitz