New Rewards Program for OnSIP

By Neil Zawacki
Updated: July 28, 2011

On July 21st, Junction Networks announced a phone buying rewards program that is specifically designed to lower the initial capital investment of switching a small business to hosted VoIP. The promotion will grant customers a $300 credit towards their OnSIP account for every five Polycom phones that they purchase that has the ONSIP provisioning package installed.

The OnSIP provisioning package connects the Polycom phones to a special boot server that manages the most difficult parts of the configuration process. This greatly simplifies phone distribution at a company since anyone who is sent a phone will have plug-in-and-call phone service. The boot server also regularly performs system updates the phones that add new security protocols and special features.

Rob Wolpob, the President of Junction Networks, released a short public statement about the special program. He stated, “We are very excited to offer this promotion to our current and future customers. OnSIP is a flexible, reliable, and feature-rich business communications service. We want to encourage businesses to try it, and now it’s nearly effortless and cost free to do so.”

Junction Networks is a prominent VoIP vendor that has more than 10,000 accounts nationwide. Their hosted business class phone service is named OnSIP and geared towards businesses that have between 5 to 100 employees. You can find out more about OnSIP by visiting http://www.onsip.com

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