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February 11, 2014

Unifi Communications Introduces its First Hosted IP Telephony Service


By Deepika Mala SIP Trunking Report Contributor



Unifi Communications, a U.S.-based international carrier and a premier provider of enhanced telecommunication services and solutions in the world, recently launched a highly scalable, remotely supported and managed cloud-based VoIP solution.


The new Hosted IP Telephony Service is ideally suited to dynamic and growing organizations with 5 to 50 employees.

The virtualized business phone system helps companies to focus on their main business rather than managing their business phone system. It also reduces the initial hardware investment, with all the features a company would expect from a physical business phone system delivered over the internet.

Branch offices and remote workers, by using Unifi Communication’s Hosted IP Telephony Service can share the same functionalities of the head office and can also increase the productivity and harmonize the information exchange.

Businesses moving to a Hosted IP Telephony Service with SIP trunk can profit from great cost savings and increased business agility.

Officials said that Unifi’s Hosted IP Telephony System cuts short the cost of maintaining, upgrading and running a “tin box” telephone system. Additionally, it also offers an easy to use web-based user interface, with a straightforward, per user monthly license fee.

Owing to this, businesses are able to use the devices they want, when they want them and where they want them.

Unifi Communications holds 10 years of experience in offering best-of-breed bespoke networking solutions. It provides companies with reliable and suitable connectivity to support their Hosted Telephony System.

With the help of their network installation experience, certified by Cisco Premier Partnership and Cisco Express Collaboration Specialization, it offers businesses with an end-to-end, single-managed solution.

Company officials confirmed that Unifi’s solutions also guarantee ROI to businesses that are looking to upgrade their existing network infrastructures.




Edited by Ryan Sartor
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