Nextiva.com Receives 2011 Internet Telephony Product of the Year Award

By Neil Zawacki
Updated: January 24, 2012

Nextiva.com Receives 2011 Internet Telephony Product of the Year Award

On January 23, 2012, Nextiva, a cloud-based business VoIP provider, announced that Nextiva Office had been given the 2011 Internet Telephony Product of the Year Award by Internet Telephony Magazine.

Nextiva Office is a phone service that allows small and medium-sized businesses to make and receive phone calls over the internet. It offers features like an advanced call routing, phone number portability, and a dial by name directory. The solution also allows users to make an unlimited number of phone calls each month and has a US-based technical support team that can answer questions.

Yaniv Masjedi, the Vice President of Nextiva, released a short public statement about the accolade. He stated, "I am honored to accept this award on behalf of Nextiva. We believe that Internet Telephony evaluates candidates quite thoroughly for this award, and we are very excited that our commitment to innovation and service is recognized in the form of such a prestigious award as Product of the Year for the fourth consecutive year."

Nextiva has won numerous other service awards, including the 2011 Product of the Year by Communications Solutions and the Top Business VoIP Provider award by CompareVoIP.com. The company was also named the #1 VoIP Provider by MyVoIPProvider.com.

Internet Telephony Magazine is a non-biased publication that analyzes trends and events related to converged communications. The full list of winners can be found in the January/February 2012 issue of the magazine.

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