VoIP Service Provider VoIP.ms Launches New Partner Program

VoIP.ms, a Montreal-based VoIP service provider, has launched a new partner program targeting master agents, IT integrators, MSPs and VARs.

The program is for partners that consult with organizations to simplify their communications, integrate complex systems or source communication deals. VoIP.ms partners will earn recurring commission without billing the customers themselves. They also will get access to a comprehensive dashboard including real-time statistics, payout tracking and more.

Hassle-Free Partnering

David Rouleau is VoIP.ms‘ COO. The program is geared toward partners that get inquiries for VoIP on a constant basis from their current customers, but don’t want to expand their business model to include VoIP, he said.

VoIP.ms' David Rouleau

VoIP.ms’ David Rouleau

“Partners who in fact want to include VoIP can simply sign up as VoIP.ms white-label resellers,” he said.

This evolving program sits in between the VoIP.ms referral program and reseller program.

“We launched our referral program (mostly tailored to residential customers,

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VoIP carrier argues AT&T’s motion to dismiss lawsuit is just an attempt to delay inevitable consequences

HD Carrier LLC, a Voice over Internet Protocol (VoIP) provider currently suing AT&T in California, has said that attempts to dismiss its lawsuit are mere delaying tactics. 

The two companies are currently battling in a federal court over claims that AT&T intentionally blocks incoming calls to numbers associated with the VoIP provider.

AT&T’s motion to dismiss is based on the argument that when HD Carrier initially made a complaint about call-blocking practices to the FCC, resolution of the dispute became the sole responsibility of the commission. 

HD Carrier’s representatives, Robins Kaplan LLP, claim that the company never filed such a complaint with the FCC. Instead, the company’s lawyers say, AT&T is only taking this line of attack to “delay any action that would force it to connect calls”.


Back in July, HD Carrier first launched a lawsuit against the nation’s most popular mobile network, arguing that AT&T purposely throttles

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Axsit’s new owner on entering the VoIP market and meeting CCTS standards

Under its new owners, Mississauga, Ont.-based Voice over Internet Protocol (VoIP) provider Axsit (pronounced “access it”) is already meeting Commissioner of Complaints for Telecommunications Services (CCTS) standards, and will have no trouble continuing to do so, according to the company’s new CEO.

After an eventful eight months that included a high-profile service breach in July, followed by its sale to Calgary-based telecommunications services provider (and CCTS member) WiMacTel last week, Axsit customers can expect reliable service from now on, in every sense of the word, WiMacTel President and CEO James MacKenzie tells ITBusiness.ca.

“We don’t enter an acquistion unless we feel that we can be a major player in the market,” he says. “We look forward to serving Axsit customers the same way that we’ve served our large telephone companies over the years, successfully so.”

WiMacTel President and CEO James MacKenzie
WiMacTel President and CEO James MacKenzie says that Axsit represented the perfect opportunity for
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VoIP Softphones Market Next Big Thing

VoIP Softphones Market

The VoIP Softphones Market Research Report aims to provide insights that strongly demonstrate the market structure, scope, history, potential, and development perspective. By crossing through the historical and present market status, the VoIP Softphones market report provides authentic and reliable estimates for the forecast period. The report presents the market competitive landscape and consistent in-depth analysis of the major vendor/key players in the market along with the impact of economic slowdown due to COVID.
It became essential to distinguish the saturation of consumption in the VoIP Softphones market owing to building competitiveness. Hence, the report furnishes a deep-felt market segmentation analysis based on several segments such as types, applications, regions, and end-users. It serves to precisely target the actual market size and product and service needs of customers. It also helps industry companies in promoting products that completely meet emerging customer needs.

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VoIP Carrier Calls AT&T Dismissal Bid A Delay Tactic

Law360 (September 20, 2020, 4:11 PM EDT) — AT&T’s dismissal bid is just an attempt to drag out a suit accusing it of deliberately “choking and blocking” millions of incoming calls to a VoIP carrier’s telephone numbers and is running the company out of business, the carrier told a California federal court Thursday.

Voice over Internet Protocol phone services provider HD Carrier LLC argued in an opposition brief that AT&T Corp. is making a baseless argument that it put the dispute solely before the Federal Communications Commission when it filed what AT&T called an “informal complaint” with the agency and urged the federal court to toss it. AT&T’s request…

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VoIP Equipment Market Latest Advancements, Business Developments and Future Scope 2020 to 2026

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Sep 16, 2020 (Market Insight Reports) —
The VoIP Equipment Market report provides a valuable source of insightful data for business strategists and competitive analysis of the VoIP Equipment Market. It provides the VoIP Equipment industry overview with the growth analyzes the impact of Coronavirus (COVID-19) on futuristic cost, revenue, and many other aspects. The research analysts provide an elaborate description of the value chain and its distributor analysis. This VoIP Equipment study provides comprehensive data that enhances the understanding, scope, and application of this report.

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The report presents the market competitive landscape and a corresponding detailed analysis of the major vendor/key players in the market. Top Companies in the Global VoIP Equipment Market: Polycom, Cisco (NASDAQ: CSCO), Toshiba, Grandstream Networks, Panasonic, Huawei, Ericsson (NASDAQ:

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Voice over Internet Protocol (VoIP) Market Is Set To Garner Staggering Revenues By 2027

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Sep 09, 2020 (Global QYResearch via COMTEX) —
ARC say’s Global Voice over Internet Protocol (VoIP) Market is projected to grow at noteworthy growing CAGR over the forecast period to 2027.

The utility segment is driven primarily by increasing global financial incentives and regulatory support. Currently used, the COVID-19 pandemic mainly affects the use of Voice over Internet Protocol (VoIP). Many business operations in China, the US, Germany and South Korea are delayed. In view of the supply chain limitations and lack of site access due to COVID-19 epidemic companies are experiencing short-term operating difficulties. The distribution of COVID-19 due to the pandemic impact in China, Japan and India is expected to be strongly influenced by Asia-Pacific.

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Global VoIP Market 2020 Opportunities, Challenges, Key Players, Trend and Forecast by 2025

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Sep 15, 2020 (CDN Newswire via Comtex) —
The most recent report published by MarketsandResearch.biz, titled, Global VoIP Market 2020 by Company, Type and Application, Forecast to 2025 covers some significant activities of the current market size for the worldwide market. The report offers an all-inclusive analysis of the global market taking into consideration elements like market size, development situation, potential opportunities, and operation landscape and trend analysis. The report provides a point by point analysis dependent on the exhaustive research of the market, centering around the global VoIP market status, presents volume and worth, key market, product type, consumers, regions, and key players. Crucial aspects like growth factors, constraints, market developments, top investment pockets, future prospects, and trends are further included in the report.

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How VoIP phone systems can help to move your business forward

VoIP phone systems have been around for a while now and yet their buzz among businesses still hasn’t died down – and for good reason. Many small business owners are realising the many limitations of their landline systems, such as the difficulty to expand upon existing networks and their steeper price point.

These difficulties, combined with the upcoming 2025 ISDN switch off and the increasing demand for flexible, remote working solutions, means that right now there is a massive need for a phone system that can deliver on price and mobility as well as on functionality. And this is where VoIP systems step in.

VoIP phone systems are well suited to the changing needs of small-to-medium-sized businesses. They operate over the cloud rather than through fixed phone lines and so can be plugged in just about anywhere. They are also much more cost-effective when the time comes to expand your

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How SMBs can leverage VoIP to improve productivity and bridge the competitive divide with corporates

One area where they continue to struggle is in technology.[1]

With the escalating complexity of technology, SMBs are struggling to find the same productivity benefits that digital transformation has afforded corporates. As a result, even as SMBs become as engaged in organisational or marketing practices as large firms, wages and revenue remain constrained as a result. “We need a fundamental rethinking of SMB and entrepreneurship policies to improve business conditions and access to resources. This will enable workers to have higher wages and greater productivity, as smaller employers harness major trends like digitalisation,” OECD Secretary-General Angel Gurría said, in announcing the OECD SMB and Entrepreneurship Outlook[2] report.

Communication is one area where entrepreneurial SMB businesses can start to address this divide and quickly find big gains in productivity and competitiveness. Statistics show that by 2022 close to half the global workforce (42.5 per cent) will be considered to be mobile

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