Canada's Primus Expands IP PBX and VoIP Communications
December 20, 2016
As Canada's first telecommunications provider to introduce VoIP services in 2004, Primus has been responsible for driving the evolution in IP communications in the country. During the past 12 years the company has been providing the latest solutions available in the marketplace as they become available. Primus just announced it is further expanding its footprint in Alberta, British Columbia, Ontario and Quebec to an additional 400,000 Canadians in small and midsize communities with phone and VoIP-based services, including IP PBX.
The company said it is leveraging the competitive advantages VoIP offers within growing markets and providing technologies small and medium-size businesses could not afford in the past. Advanced IP communication options such as Hosted PBX (News - Alert) can now be accessed with enterprise features, including Auto Attendant, Call Center, and Find-Me, Follow-Me and many others.
The IP PBX also gives small businesses the ability to use their workforce remotely with collaborative solutions such as videoconferencing on mobile devices. The Primus Hosted PBX allows organizations to access all their phone system capabilities from anywhere, anytime and from any device to support a mobile workforce. The platform routes voicemail messages to email so they can be listened to on any device and all calls display the business caller ID for a professional experience.
The Primus IP PBX has more than 50 advanced customizable calling features that can be accessed through a 24/7 advanced hosted PBX Web portal so the features can be managed and modified with administrative account privileges. Employees will have one number that works across all devices while routing calls efficiently across office phones, smartphones, tablets, and even computers to ensure every call gets answered no matter where employees happen to be.
“As we continue to expand our footprint into more parts of the country, Primus provides consumers and businesses with a real alternative to the large incumbent telephone companies by providing high quality, innovative services at attractive prices, and this expansion represents another step forward,” says Brad Fisher, General Manager at Primus.
The new services will also be available for Primus residential customers with a number of IP communications options that will lower long-distance rates, provide unlimited local calling and unlimited 'anywhere' calling to other Primus digital home phone customers with a Web portal that lets customers manage the service from anywhere.
Edited by Alicia Young
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