Tuesday, August 7, 2007

AT&T IP Flexible Reach Provides Virtual Phone Numbers for SMBs

AT&T introduced an "IP Flexible Reach" service that enables small and medium-sized businesses (SMBs) to transition to VoIP without having to replace their legacy systems.

AT"&T IP Flexible Reach, which is available nationwide, uses VoIP and provides unlimited local and on-net calling, as well as competitive long distance and international calling plans. It provides a "virtual telephone number" capability that allows businesses to route calls originating from across the country and answer them at a central location. SMBs can also assign telephone numbers for branch office sites that are supported by a single centralized IP PBX.


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