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JMI Telecom, Vox to Deliver VoIP Services

The move offers digital phone services to small businesses nationwide.
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JMI Telecom and VoX Communications, a wholly owned subsidiary of Pervasip, have teamed up to deliver digital telephone services to residential and small business customers nationwide. Under the agreement, JMI will offer Vox's VoIP service to for as low as $10.95 a month.

VoX offers wholesale broadband voice, origination and termination services to cable operators, carriers, ISPs, and resellers. The partnership will allow JMI to expand its reach into the small business market and fill a growing demand for VoIP services.

"I am very excited that VoX Communications has extended their products and services to us, which millions of consumers worldwide rely upon every day for their information and communication needs," Kyle Freeman, CEO and president of JMI, said in a statement. "We are frequently looking for new technology that allows us to deliver a highly reliable telephone service to our customers."




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