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February 27, 2014

Nexogy Now Offers Free Grandstream Phones with New Service Plan


By Jyothi Shanbhag SIP Trunking Report Contributor



Nexogy has been giving small and medium sized businesses the power to manage all of their communications from anywhere, at any time. The company has introduced new technology to the desktop and device, combined with outstanding customer service.


Recently, Nexogy inked a new partnership agreement with Grandstream Networks, a specialist in IP voice/video telephony solutions. This new partnership will enable Nexogy to offer free Grandstream phones with a new service contract.

“We stand behind our services so much that we’re willing to give customers quality phones free of cost, just to get the chance to prove our value,” said Carlos Lahrssen, Nexogy CEO. “Once customers experience the value of our hosted communications technology including advanced call center features, decreased customer wait times, intelligence on the entire customer experience, and better overall team collaboration and efficiencies it’s hard to go back.”

Users can take advantage of Nexogy’s new free-phone offer that includes Grandstream’s GXP1400 model, intended for small and medium sized businesses. The phone offers HD-quality audio with support for up to two lines. Also, users can expect access to a voicemail account and also use telephony interaction features to easily transfer, forward, hold, call and conference.

"We strive to offer products that make business operations easier for small-to-medium sized business owners," said Grandstream Networks' Phil Bowers, Marketing Department. "We're proud to partner with Nexogy to bring higher revenue numbers and stronger workforce productivity to more of these types of businesses."

Since its inception in 1999, Nexogy has been providing communications services to thousands of businesses. The company has recently announced its plans to migrate its customer base to the NetSapiens SNAPsolution IP multimedia platform. The transition, which will replace the legacy BroadSoft M6 platform, will be completed by the end of this year, the company said. 




Edited by Rory J. Thompson
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