December 2003
RBOC Update;Dec2003, pN.PAG
Trade Publication
Reports on the packaged communications solutions debuted by BellSouth Corp. designed to provide small and mid-sized business customers with comprehensive voice capabilities, including an easy migration path to voice over Internet protocol. Details of the company's plan to continually grow its comprehensive voice solutions portfolio; Design of the integrated network, equipment and professional services offers; Information on the utilization of a packaged network and equipment solution from BellSouth by Travel Inc. to integrate its call center operations.


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