Gamma is pleased to announce today the launch of Converged Broadband, a competitively-priced service that provides both reliable high quality IP Telephony and business-grade Internet Access over a single circuit.
Aimed at SMEs and home workers with requirements for business broadband and up to ten voice calls, Converged Broadband offers immediate cost savings for Channel Partners through reduced supplier and network management costs. Partners can sell with confidence as they are buying into an end-to-end service from a single and trusted supplier, meaning if there are any problems they are fixed fast.
Stephen Proctor, Product Manager for Broadband at Gamma said, “With Converged Broadband, we have taken two of our established business-grade products – Assured IP Telephony Services, underpinned by a robust SLA and Next Generation Broadband, provided with a very generous 200GB usage allowance – and made them available over a single circuit. This offers an immediate saving by removing the additional cost of separate lines to support voice and data and will help Channel Partners transition their customers more easily to IP Telephony.”
Rebecca Sethi, Product Manager at Arrow Communications commented, “We are really excited about the launch of Gamma’s Converged Broadband, as there is a real market for a combined Voice and Data product. A lot of our smaller customers or larger customers with a number of small sites are discouraged from moving to Hosted or SIP services because of the need for a separate broadband line for voice and data. Combining these products at one price will open many more opportunities as it is the ideal platform for migrating our customers to IP Telephony and the numerous benefits that IP Telephony brings.”
Gamma’s Converged Broadband service is available now for Channel Partners.
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