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WTG Becomes Star2Star Master Agent

April 03, 2013

Star2Star Communications has signed WTG, one of the nation’s leading master agencies, as a Star2Star master agent.

“We’re very pleased to have the WTG team selling Star2Star,” said Colin Johnston, EVP of sales at Star2Star, in a statement.

“We’ve been moving towards larger customers. Agencies like WTG are key to reaching these customers,” said Johnston.

Star2Star recently expanded the company’s reseller program to accommodate agents and master agents. A new professional services group was created to provide system design, installation, and configuration assistance for agents.

Founded in 2006 in Sarasota, Florida, Star2Star Communications develops and delivers the World’s Most Complete Communication Solution. Star2Star’s Integrated Communication and Collaboration solutions allow productive people to work together, no matter where they are.

Star2Star systems unify customers’ voice, fax, video conferencing, and instant messaging communications into a single, easy-to-use system. Star2Star’s award-winning, patent-pending Constellation technology overcomes the reliability and quality limitations of other Internet communications technologies.

Earlier in February, Star2Star Communications announced the new StarPhone IP softphone client for the Apple iPhone.

StarPhone combines a full-featured IP telephone application with advanced presence and voicemail tools. The result is an easy-to-use, go-anywhere softphone that allows users to place and receive calls using any Star2Star telephone system.

StarPhone users appear on the Star2Star system as standard extensions, with access to all Star2Star system features. Calls to other extensions can be made using the Softphone’s built-in dialing directory, or the user can enter any 3- or 5-digit extension number. Outbound calls made from the softphone travel over the IP data network, and are not billed for airtime as cellular calls.

Calls can be made and received over virtually any IP network, including public Wi-Fi hotspots. If no Wi-Fi is available, calls can be placed and received using the phone’s 3G or 4G data connection.

Edited by Brooke Neuman

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