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Verizon Expands VoIP Offer in APAC

Verizon has expanded its Voice-over-IP service within the Asia-Pacific region

November 22, 2011

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NEW YORK -- Verizon has expanded its Voice-over-IP (VoIP) service within the Asia-Pacific region, enabling multinational companies in key commercial hubs across the region to take advantage of a wide range of the latest unified communications and collaboration applications to help increase productivity and efficiency.

By leveraging Verizon’s expansive global IP network and feature-rich architecture, the VoIP solution offers customers in Australia, Hong Kong, India and Singapore access to applications including social networking, video chats, mobile-device support, instant messaging and presence.

Verizon is also adding inter-company high-definition voice and video capabilities for select VoIP customers that use the service’s popular VIPER feature. This is a cloud-based IP-to-IP routing option that eliminates additional per minute domestic and international charges on calls between VIPER-enabled locations customers.

“Video is quickly rivaling voice in driving enterprise collaboration, and our latest offering enables Verizon VoIP customers to employ face-to-face collaboration more cost effectively,” said Mike Palmer, vice president of enterprise strategy and chief marketing officer. ”We’re building on a proven track record of developing and delivering enterprise-class IP-based solutions and creating a high-IQ network effect for our VoIP customers in Asia-Pacific and across the globe.”

Verizon Communications Inc. (NYSE: VZ)

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