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TMCNet:  A Quality Connection Achieves Diamond Status Award from FreedomVoice

[November 13, 2012]

A Quality Connection Achieves Diamond Status Award from FreedomVoice

San Diego, California, Nov 13, 2012 (PRWeb.com via COMTEX) -- FreedomVoice, one of the largest US providers of cloud-based VoIP phone systems, today announced that A Quality Connection of San Diego, Calif., was awarded Diamond Level Status. This is a prestigious award that only a few companies attain by being the highest achievers in the cloud phone system and voice continuity and disaster recovery markets. FreedomVoice serves 28,000 businesses nationwide and produces the FreedomIQ cloud business solutions developed in house which allows for flexibility, easy integration with third party tools, and cost savings for their customers. FreedomVoice also has business continuity and disaster recovery services for voice that are leading the way in the industry.


A Quality Connection provides the best personalized service in the industry. They are very knowledgeable, listen to what customers need, implement cost-effective recommendations, and follow through. They have been in business since 1989 and provide VoIP solutions, voicemail, computer networking and cabling, as well as bill analysis for businesses. A Quality Connection has been a FreedomVoice certified dealer since 2009.

"A Quality Connection provides their customers excellent service and we are pleased to award Mike with the elite Diamond Level Status," said Eric Thomas CEO and Founder of FreedomVoice. "Mike is an advisory board member, providing sound advice over the years that has been very much appreciated." "FreedomVoice is a pleasure to work with. They have the same technology visions and customer service expectations that we have at A Quality Connection," said Mike Nix, CEO and Founder of A Quality Connection. "We are honored to receive this award; it is something we do not take lightly. We know our customers have a choice in their communications needs, and we are grateful and privileged when they choose us." About FreedomVoice FreedomVoice was founded in 1996 and today serves nearly 30,000 customers nationwide. It got its start providing virtual phone systems to small businesses and Fortune 500 companies alike. This service remains a key offering from FreedomVoice, including business-enhancing features such as 800 numbers, an auto attendant, call forwarding, and voicemail-to-text. FreedomVoice launched the FreedomIQ hosted VoIP phone system product line in 2006 in response to overwhelming business demand for hosted VoIP phone service and has been leading the way ever since. All of FreedomVoice's platform technology has been developed in-house to provide a unique, customizable, and flexible solution that works with any company's workflow. Based in Encinitas, Calif., FreedomVoice is privately-held and remains profitable through strategic partnerships and the agility to develop new technologies ahead of the curve.

For more information, please visit the company's websites at http://www.FreedomVoice.com and http://www.FreedomIQ.com.

"FreedomVoice" and "FreedomIQ" are registered trademarks of FreedomVoice Systems.

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