MegaPath extends mobility to its SMB VoIP customers

MegaPath has responded to its business customer employees' increased adoption of mobile technologies in the workplace with a new Hosted Voice Mobile service.

MegaPath hosted VoIP

MegaPath's new hosted VoIP service. Click here for the video.

Business users will be able to leverage a one-number VoIP calling option that allows them to make or receive calls from their traditional desktop landline phones, computers or their smartphone.

Among the features that can be leveraged across the wireline and wireless domains are Find Me/Follow Me and Visual Voicemail.

Because it's a hosted VoIP service, the SMB customer, a segment that often lacks IT resources, is not required to purchase a PBX or Key System. However, the business customer can still take advantage of a traditional key system's ability to host a number of phone lines across multiple lines.   

While this service set is something that larger service providers like Sprint (NYSE: S) offer via their Mobile Integration service, the key here is that SMBs can take advantage of the same types of services typically only available for larger businesses.

For more:
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