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Qwest Uses Sylantro for VOIP Service

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DENVER -- Qwest Communications International Inc. (NYSE: Q) today advanced its leadership in delivering voice over Internet protocol (VoIP) solutions by launching a national VoIP solution that gives business customers valuable, flexible features to improve their communications while simplifying their telecom environment. The solution, called Qwest OneFlex™, is another step in Qwest’s strategic deployment of nationwide VoIP capabilities for both business and residential customers.

Qwest OneFlex is a reliable, network-based solution that leverages Qwest’s national IP network to give customers a single-source solution comprising local and long-distance voice service as well as high-speed Internet access. With OneFlex, businesses simply use a Qwest iQ Networking™ connection for all their communications – the only additional equipment required at the customers’ premises are VoIP phones, ensuring that customers don’t have the hassles of managing and purchasing complex premises-based VoIP equipment.

OneFlex allows customers to tailor their services to meet their business needs. By using a Web interface, customers can simply ‘point-and-click’ for features such as conference callings, adding new users, setting-up voicemail and hundreds of others. Because Qwest OneFlex is a network-based solution, customers can concentrate on managing their own businesses without having to worry about managing their complex telecom equipment or dealing with multiple providers. Also, OneFlex easily integrates with customers’ data communications, providing them with increased efficiency, simplicity and cost-savings.

“Voice over IP is here to stay. Qwest is the only company that has everything to deliver an industry-leading VoIP solution to customers including an all IP nationwide network, hosting centers and dedicated Internet access solutions,” said Barry Allen, executive vice president, operations for Qwest. “Qwest is poised to lead the industry because we’re delivering real VoIP solutions and have been for years.”

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