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[February 20, 2013]

SIP trunks with bundled minutes billing gives UC resellers more of their customer spend

Feb 20, 2013 (M2 PRESSWIRE via COMTEX) -- Gamma is pleased to announce the immediate availability of a bundled minutes package for their market leading SIP trunking services.

Designed specifically for a new breed of Gamma partner that doesn't have a traditional voice background, it addresses a new wave of IT System Integrators and VARs that now believe SIP trunking has become an integral part of what they do and no longer want to hand it off to a 3rd party.


With Gammas bundled billing on SIP, channel partners can now provide a dedicated retail bill without recourse to the cost or complexity of finding their own billing platform.

The package combines the SIP trunk rental and minutes spend into a single monthly fee; provision is also made for customers with higher than normal spend patterns by automatically incrementing the bundle fee accordingly.

Steve Ashley-Brian, Product Manager for SIP trunking at Gamma said, Bundled billing on SIP is particularly relevant within the UC market as vendors such as Microsoft with their Lync product look to integrate enterprise voice in ever greater numbers. IT system integrators no longer want to leave money on the table and with this package they no longer have to.

Justin Coombes Head of Marketing Email: justin.coombes@gamma.co.uk Tel: 07909 914 195 T: 0800 008 7877 E: marketing@gamma.co.uk W: www.gamma.co.uk Copyright Gamma Telecom Ltd. All Rights Reserved.

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