ITC^DeltaCom spreads its IP service wings

Integrated service provider ITC^DeltaCom is playing into business users' desire to get one bill for their adaptable services. To meet that goal, the competitive provider has expanded its IP Complete service to all of its business customers that reside in its Southeast U.S. markets. The adaptable services let the user select and modify the amount of voice, data and Internet traffic bandwidth capacity they require for specific businesses needs.

IP Complete offers customers Primary Rate Interface (PRI) voice services with Internet access and data services to customers that use an on-site PBX. ITC^DeltaCom allows businesses to chose dedicated bandwidth increments of 1.5 Mbps, 3 Mbps and 4.5 Mbps, which can then be allocated based on real-time bandwidth application requirements. The service assigns the highest priority to voice traffic, so data traffic spikes will not degrade call quality. Business customers can also take advantage of other service options, including hosted e-mail, WiFi, and Secure IP connectivity.

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