VoicePulse Expands Relationship With 360networks for Wholesale VoIP Services

Updated: January 05, 2011

SEATTLE, Nov. 9, 2010 /PRNewswire/ -- 360networks, a facilities-based wholesale provider of Private Line Transport, VoIP, IP, and Local Access services announced today that VoicePulse has steadily expanded its relationship with the company since becoming a customer in 2008, recently adding Toll Free Origination. With this addition, VoicePulse currently utilizes all of 360networks' Wholesale VoIP services to include IP Origination and IP Termination.

VoicePulse delivers SIP trunking, worldwide termination, origination, and high-quality phone service to residential and business customers. The company offers flexible and innovative VoIP features along with a reputation for quality, reliability and excellent customer support. VoicePulse customers enjoy enterprise-like functions at no additional charge.

"360networks helps us cover unique markets with the high degree of service our customers expect when replacing traditional wireline service, at a competitive price," explains VoicePulse's CEO and President, Ravi Sakaria. "They are a pivotal wholesale provider, helping us meet our VoIP origination needs west of the Mississippi, and termination and Toll Free needs nationwide."

"We value our long-term relationship with VoicePulse," said Steve Cardwell, 360networks' vice president of sales. "We're proud of their continued trust in our network and our people in support of their award winning VoIP services."

360networks' full suite of wholesale VoIP services includes a wide range of flexible pricing models, features and personalized service to customize solutions to meet a specific customer's needs. Customers can also add Dedicated Internet Access (DIA) or Single Point of Interconnection (SPI) T1 and DS3 services to help keep pace with SIP trunking demands. All services leverage 360networks' wholly owned and operated network (one of the largest and most advanced in the United States) with comprehensive SLAs, and 24x7x365 network monitoring.

About 360networks

360networks is a full service wholesale provider of Private Line Transport, VoIP, IP, and Local Access (T1/DS3) services, on its wholly-owned fiber optic backbone. Its facilities-based network provides deep coverage, spanning 18,000 miles to tier 1 to 4 U.S. markets (Arizona, California, Colorado, Idaho, Illinois, Iowa, Minnesota, Montana, Nebraska, Nevada, New Mexico, North Dakota, Oregon, South Dakota, Texas, Utah, Washington, and Wyoming). Financially stable and a CLEC in 36 states, 360networks enables the nation's voice, data and web-based application and service providers to quickly pursue next generation strategies, migrate from legacy networks, grow into new markets and services, and increase network diversity. www.360networks.com

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