VOIP services

AccessLine Expands

BELLEVUE, Wash. -- AccessLine Communications, a leading provider of hosted VoIP (Voice over Internet Protocol) services, today announced the expanded availability of its new retail version of SmartVoice Service in the Midwest through the addition of coverage in the Chicago and Cleveland, OH markets. SmartVoice Service, the company's hosted VoIP service that delivers the benefits of advanced business telephone service at a fraction of the cost, is specifically designed and built for Small and Medium Businesses (SMBs) and offers as much as 50 percent savings over traditional business phone service rates. Combining local, long distance, and toll free phone service with no need for the purchase of any phone equipment, AccessLine's SmartVoice Service delivers savings while making it easy for customers to transition from their current legacy phone service.

"Quite simply, SmartVoice is exactly what it says - a smart way for small businesses to avoid capital expenses when migrating to VoIP for expanded voice features," said Doug Johnson, CEO at AccessLine. "Most of the new Internet Protocol (IP) telephone services available today require businesses to throw out their current key system or PBX and invest in new equipment. The hosted approach of SmartVoice Service avoids these unnecessary costs and immediately starts saving businesses as much as 50 of their current legacy phone bills. It is the only available product on the market that can also support existing phone systems, another added plus for the SMB market. Along with AccessLine's award winning customer service and a dedicated connection that assures voice quality, SmartVoice is clearly a smart move for business communications."

AccessLine Communications Corp.

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