MyPhones.com has joined forces with aql, Next Generation Data Ltd, Provu Communications Ltd and ebillz to demonstrate just how easy it is for resellers to DIY design their own packages from scratch.
Voice and data packages are a common feature of many of the larger communications companies. While it is true that a reseller who wants to offer IP telephony will also need broadband, SIP trunking, numbers, minutes and hardware, they do not need the complex contracts that can sometimes lock them into using services and systems they neither like nor want.
MyPhones.com, aql, NGD, Provu and ebillz all belong to the new wave of communications providers that embrace all things “cloud”, particularly the flexibility and freedom of choice that cloud services have always promised.
During November and December, the companies will be hosting a series of fact-finding sessions at venues in London, Leeds and Newport where resellers can find out about Altos, MyPhones.com’s carrier-agnostic cloud telephony system and the products and services that can bring their own DIY packages to life.
“MyPhones.com specialises in hosted IP telephony services and that is all we do,” said MyPhones.com founder, Dr Stuart Marsden. ”We focus on delivering the quality, reliability and support that our resellers have come to expect from us, allowing them to focus on building their business.
“We never resell or mark-up products and services that we have not created ourselves. This puts the reseller back in the driving seat, free to select the best products from their preferred suppliers, and creates a market where our preferred technology partners, such as SIP trunk providers, IP phone venders, CPE fulfilment etc , can grow as we grow.”
“Purchasing a complete package from a telecoms company or wholesaler might be convenient, but it is not always the most effective way forward either in terms of cost or quality,” said Philippe Matos.
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