Phone Power has announced the acquisition of all residential Broadvox Direct VoIP customers. The transfer willl begin in mid-September and finish by the end of October.
Broadvox chose Phone Power due to its track record for exceptional service and outstanding coverage throughout North America. "Broadvox and Phone Power have built a long and productive relationship over the years, and we are excited to welcome these new customers to the Phone Power family," said Ari Ramezani, Phone Power CEO.
The announcement signals that Broadvox is choosing to concentrate more on the middle and high end of its business, marketing to medium and large enterprise. It's also good news for L.A.- based PhonePower since it gets them a large chunk of new customers, greater market share and an increased focus on the residential market.
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