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November 11, 2009

VoicePulse Expands Broadband Phone Service to South Dakota's '605' Area Code


By Jai C.S. SIP Trunking Report Contributor



SIP trunking service provider VoicePulse, Inc., has reportedly expanded its broadband phone service for residents and businesses who use the “605” area code in South Dakota.

 
The announcement confirms company’s service in 32 rate centers across South Dakota, which VoicePlus said is more than four times that of its closes competitor .
 
“As the demand for service in the Midwest grows, we will continue to grow our footprint,” said Ketan Patel, chief operating officer at VoicePulse. “South Dakota is home to a growing number of    companies, large and small. It was only natural to expand our coverage there.”
 
According to the company official, the addition of South Dakota’s 605 area code is aimed at allowing its consumers to port their current phone number to VoicePulse’s residential or SIP trunking services in addition to the option of choosing a new phone number. Alternatively, for those customers who wish to port a number from a rate center which is not included, the company clarified that portability can be checked with VoicePulse’s online availability tool.
 
VoicePulse offers phone service to residential and home offices, including services such as telemarketer blocking, ‘do not disturb’ settings, call transfer, voicemail and e-mail delivery of messages.  .
 
VoicePulse has also been offering SIP trunking and origination/termination services to businesses and commercial users. These services are highly compatible with PBX clients such as Allworx, Asterisk, AsteriskNow, Fonality’s PBXtra, FreePBX, FreeSwitch, PBX-in-a-Flash, 3CX, Switchvox, trixbox and more. In addition, VoicePulse is said to be providing a trixbox/FreePBX based auto-configuration module, which enables businesses the ability to fully configure their own PBX.

Jai C.S. is a contributing editor for TMCnet. To read more of Jai's articles, please visit his columnist page.

Edited by Marisa Torrieri
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