CommPartners Expands VoIP Network To 92% Of U.S.

CommPartners has announced that it will expanded its wholesale VoIP network coverage area to include over 92% of the calling public in the U.S.

August 10, 2005

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CommPartners has announced that it will expanded its wholesale VoIP network coverage area to include over 92% of the calling public in the U.S.

The IP-based network will cover 5,000 rate centers in the U.S. for residential, SMB, and enterprise hosted VoIP services. Providing VoIP wholesale services and applications to over 50 service providers, CommPartners' footprint will now be comprised of its own IP network and extended coverage through partnership with other carriers. CommPartners expects to obtain CLEC status in all 50 states by next year, making it one of the largest networks of its type in the U.S.

CommPartners selected Level 3 Communications, Inc. for its underlying carrier in this latest expansion of its network.

CommPartners company built its network to provide business-quality VoIP services, 911 emergency services capabilities and CALEA compliance-emerging issues that pose challenges to many VoIP service providers, according to the company

The VoIP solution includes CommPartners Management System (CMS) proprietary OSS platform for automated provisioning, billing, user interface and back office support capabilities. It will provide VoIP facilitation services such as Subscriber Endpoint Control, connectivity to the Public Switched Telephone Network ("PSTN"), long distance services, and subscriber management. The hosted features include simultaneous ring, voicemail-to-email, feature activation via the web, and four digit dialing between offices.

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