Broadvox Earns Accreditation from Better Business Bureau

Broadvox_Logo.gifBroadvox is pleased to announce that the Better Business Bureau has awarded Broadvox Accreditation status after determining that the eight BBB standards of business have been met. Broadvox customers are assured that they are being served by an ITSP that upholds the highest measurable standards of quality and business ethics because the BBB gave Broadvox the highest rating possible: an A+!

The BBB Code of Business Practices is built on eight principles that summarize important elements of establishing and maintaining trust in business. These principles include: 1) Building trust, 2) Advertising honestly, 3) Telling the truth, 4) Being transparent, 5) Being responsive, 6) Safeguarding privacy and 8) Embodying integrity. Detailed explanations of the BBB Code of Business Practices, which are built upon the Accreditation Standards, can be found at:

Broadvox has been a leader in the IP communications marketplace for years, delivering customized SIP Trunking solutions with built in reliability, scalability and interoperability. SIP Trunking offers numerous opportunities dramatically reducing expenses with unlimited local and long distance calling using either an IP PBX or TDM PBX. With up to 70% savings businesses can realize an immediate ROI.

The GO! SIP Trunking products are sold through the Broadvox VAR Partner Program. VARs, agents and dealers are welcomed to join.

Posted on Dec 22, 2009  Reviews | Share |  Digg
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