September 27, 2007
Telrite Corp. (Booth 605) has expanded its footprint and debuted an MVNO service.
The Georgia-based CLEC IXC has rolled out POTS lines in Connecticut, Georgia, Florida, Indiana, Massachusetts, Maine, Ohio, Pennsylvania and Rhode Island.
The company sells PRIs and integrated local T1s throughout the United States. Meanwhile, Telrite also has taken on the mantle of wireless services provider. Using Verizon Communications Inc.s network, Telrite offers post-paid cellular service, which channel partners nationwide can sell. There are several plans from which to choose; terms include month-to-month and two-year contracts. Night and weekend calling starts as early as 7 p.m.
Channel partners can sell the wireless services to residential or business customers. Plus, users can bundle all of their Telrite services (local, long-distance, cellular, conferencing, eFax, Internet and data lines) onto one bill.
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