Hosted VoIP offer enterprise features on a pay as you go basis; Rural telcos expand cloud strategy through partners

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@FierceTelecom [email protected]Telexplainer Hosted VoIP solutions offer enterprise grade telephone features on a pay as you go basis Article| [email protected]

> Rural Hampshire UK village known as Little London can now get 40 Mbps via the use of a fiber-based Public Service Network (PSN). Article  

> U.S. cities protest the amount of satellite dishes popping up on resident's homes and at small business locations. Article

> Telus asked shareholders to eliminate the telco's dual-class share structure by converting its non-voting shares into common shares on a one-for-one basis. Release

> Broadview Networks brings its OfficeSuite cloud-based IP phone solution to Computer Methods Corp, an IT consulting and executive staffing firm based in Marlton, N.J. Release

> Netgear announces new wireless router based on the new, faster version of Wi-Fi, IEEE 802.11ac. Article

And finally ... Rural telcos turn to partners like CHR Solutions to build out their cloud service strategy. Article

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