ENGLEWOOD, CO -- (Marketwire) -- 03/26/13 -- Vitelity, a leading provider of SIP trunk and telephony solutions, is now offering free porting on all domestic local and Toll Free DIDs through May 15th, 2013. One of the most costly and resource-consuming processes in telecommunications is number porting. To alleviate the cost in both time and funds, Vitelity has recently doubled the size of its LNP (Local Number Portability) department to make the porting processes as efficient and painless as possible. Also, Vitelity will soon be releasing a new API, which almost completely automates the porting process for our wholesale customers.
"We know that it's often cost prohibitive for a company to move their phone numbers to a new service provider. By offering number porting at no charge for the next 60 days, we are providing an opportunity for businesses and resellers to finally migrate to Vitelity without any additional expenses," said Scott Navratil, Vice President, Sales and Marketing for Vitelity.
Also announced in conjunction with free number porting, Vitelity has expanded their local number coverage area to more than 11,000 rate centers thus becoming the largest DID aggregator in the USA and Canada. Customers taking advantage of the free porting offer no longer have to be concerned that any of the numbers they wish to port reside in uncovered rate centers.
Vitelity is a privately owned, international telephony solutions provider. Vitelity offers wholesale voice, fax, SMS, and PBX hosting services. Vitelity ensures network reliability by operating its own 50Gbit private dark fiber network and through interconnections in major cities throughout the United States, including Denver, New York City, Los Angeles and Miami. Vitelity maintains a five-star rating from VoipReview.org, maintains an "A" rating with the Better Business Bureau and won IT Expo's most innovative new product award in 2009, 2010, and 2012. To learn more about Vitelity, visit www.vitelity.com, email: email@example.com or call 888-898-4835.
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