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MiCTA Selects Level 3 as a National Vendor for Telecommunications, VoIP, IP and Cloud Services

June 11, 2014

By a News Reporter-Staff News Editor at Telecommunications Weekly -- Following a highly competitive RFP process, MiCTA, a national, non-profit group purchasing organization in Saginaw, MI, has selected Level 3 Communications, Inc. (NYSE: LVLT) as an approved national vendor for telecommunications, VoIP, IP, cloud and data center services. The Master Service Agreement streamlines the purchasing process for MiCTA members and enables them to purchase Level 3's telecommunications and network services cost effectively.

"MiCTA is pleased to welcome Level 3 as an approved national vendor," says Tim von Hoff, Chief Operating Officer of MiCTA. "Level 3 delivers exceptionally secure, reliable and flexible voice and data solutions that are well suited to meet the diverse needs of our membership."

Level 3 now offers MiCTA members a variety of telecommunications services that simplify the operating environment and deliver savings to customers, including high speed IP-based network services, dedicated Internet access and Voice Complete, which combines Level 3's award-winning, purpose-built IP network with SIP Trunking. For more information about the services Level 3 offers MiCTA members, visit

"MiCTA members represent thousands of education, healthcare, government and non-profit entities nationwide that operate massive, complex networks, and Level 3 is well equipped to help address their immediate and evolving voice and data needs, and deliver optimum services and connectivity," said Edward Morche, senior vice president of East Region Enterprise and Government Markets for Level 3 Communications. "By providing network efficiencies and dynamic bandwidth, we can make it easier for MiCTA members to scale while their businesses grow."

Keywords for this news article include: MiCTA, Network Services.

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Source: Telecommunications Weekly

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