PAETEC Holding, a provider of data, voice, and Internet solutions to business-class customers nationwide, announced enhancements to its IP Simple bundle of IP-based services for small and medium-sized businesses with the addition of PAETEC (News - Alert) 48x Phone System.
"The addition of the 48x dramatically expands the number of businesses that can benefit from our popular IP Simple Bundle," said John Chapman, PAETEC's senior vice president of marketing, in a statement.
Launched in September of 2009, IP Simple is now one of PAETEC's fastest growing products. IP Simple Solutions were added after PAETEC's acquisition of the IP PBX (News - Alert) manufacturer, Allworx, in 2007.
The IP Simple Bundle combines PAETEC's Dynamic IP VoIP product with its award-winning IP-based PBX and phones all for a single monthly fee while requiring no capital outlay, company officials said.
The new PAETEC 48x phone system has nearly twice the capacity of the previous 24x system with two T-1 interfaces, and is designed for companies up to 250 employees per site, they added.
“PAETEC is unique in that we're a nationwide voice and data services provider and also design and manufacture our own award-winning phone systems for small and medium-sized businesses,” Chapman added. “Since we launched the IP Simple product, the positive response from business customers from coast-to-coast has been overwhelming.”
The company offers the following options to customers to complete their IP Simple bundle:
- IP PBX: 48x or 6x;
- IP Phones: 9204, 9212 and/or 9224;
- Optional Software Call Assistant, Call Queuing, Conference Center, Advanced Call Distribution, Advanced Multi-Site and Multi Language Pack.
Since IP Simple Solutions is an equipment rental program, at the end of their initial term agreement, customers have the option of retaining and continuing with the same monthly rental payments or returning the equipment to PAETEC, the company said.
Recently PAETEC announced it is merging with Cavalier Telephone (News - Alert). Read the details of the transaction here.
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Edited by Tammy Wolf