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CallPlus and OneAccess join forces

CallPlus and OneAccess join forces

OneAccess works with over 120 service providers worldwide

New Zealand telecommunications provider CallPlus has signed an agreement with router vendor OneAccess, to provide managed services over their IP network. The deal will bring a new suite of CallPlus managed voice solutions to New Zealand businesses, from small companies to enterprises.

“We conducted a global search for a technology partner and OneAccess shared our goal of introducing innovative technology to the New Zealand market,” said Kelvin Hussey, general manager of CallPlus.

According to Eric Bonneau, regional director ANZ for OneAccess, the company works with “over 120 service providers worldwide” and are “excited to be providing [our] technology to New Zealand businesses”.

The new solution to be introduced following this agreement is CallPlus Connect Lite, a PABX replacement product.

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