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V1 VoIP Wholesale Carrier Service Termination

Using the V1 VoIP gateway carriers can originate and terminate traffic between the traditional PSTN and IP services. One IP connection to V1 VoIP can carry multiple different voice services. The service complies with V1 VoIP’s rigorous quality assurance standards and is fully managed up to the customer edge.

V1 VoIP’s Interconnect service is a leading edge wholesale call termination product designed to address the needs of carriers and service providers in the growing residential and business market for IP based services. Powered by market leading technology, V1 VoIP wholesale termination carrier service offers immediate access to a high quality, global network and provides a number of solutions to suit your business.

Features of V1 VoIP’s wholesale carrier service termination include:
* Cost reduction on existing infrastructure
* Reduced incumbent carrier charges
* Flexible and configurable single entry/delivery solution
* Automated systems ensuring speed and accuracy of set-up and billing
* Extended network reach without the investment of network build
* Flexible commercial terms
* Use of V1 VoIP’s coverage and buying power.

Functionality:
* SIP trunk for inbound and outbound calls
* Wholesale call termination rate sheet
* Optional Direct In Dial numbers (DID) available

Wholesale CTS access:
* No setup costs
* Minimum monthly spend commitment
* DID’s available

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V1 VoIP Domestic Toll Free Origination Carrier Services

V1 VoIP offers domestic toll free origination carrier services to resellers

To offer you reliable and cost-effective domestic toll free VoIP solutions, V1 VoIP brings you unparalleled toll free origination carrier services. V1 VoIP’s toll free origination carrier services transports toll free calls originated on the PSTN anywhere within the USA or Canada and terminates them to your softswitch or gateway infrastructure via IP.

V1 VoIP’s toll free origination service covers the nation and helps you leverage our integrated TDM and VoIP networks to deliver solutions that increase productivity, drive incremental revenue and reduce expenses without compromising quality.

V1 VoIP’s wholesale toll free origination service includes some of the following features:
V1 VoIP’s Portal: – Manage your toll free services and clients on our proprietary VoIP Portal. VoIP Portal allows you to take control by provisioning numbers, reviewing invoices and reports, and customize routing options. Manage your toll free service through our Web-based customer portal to perform service changes, view billing records and create reports.
Call Routing: Design your service by the routing capabilities of V1 VoIP’s toll free service, such as percent allocation to help increase efficiency while driving down costs.
Seamless Migration: Leverage our extensive VoIP experience and integrated TDM and VoIP capabilities to gain flexibility and control in developing a migration path based upon your business needs.
Your Traffic is Handled: Carrying billions of minutes a month in voice traffic translates into economies of scale and more savings for our customers.
Disaster recovery: Be ready in an emergency. Leverage our integrated TDM and VoIP networks to increase your service reliability or disaster recovery capabilities, or to support your VoIP migration plans.

Don’t wait any longer to add domestic toll free origination carrier services to your portfolio of voice offerings! Contact a member of the V1 VoIP toll free team today to get pricing information and get started!

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United States Individual Requirements E911

V1 VoIP stays on top of 911 regulations changes and continually notifies our United States clients of them as we become aware of them.

Currently, 24 U.S. states have E-911 legislation enacted or pending that requires organizations over a certain size or purchasing a new PBX to implement E911 for the safety of their employees, students, and visitors. In May 2016, the Response Act of 2016 was proposed that would require the FCC to adopt rules within 18 months to ensure that call location information is conveyed with Multi-Line Telephone System 911 calls.

The right E911 solution can help save lives, reduce liability risk, and allow organizations to meet state and local E911 regulations. For our V1 VoIP United States clients, the following are general summaries of applicable state legislation and/or regulations, as well as links to the legislation or regulations themselves. These summaries should not be taken as official records of state law, but are instead for informational use only.

Alaska – Proposed regulations for multi-line telephone systems (MLTS) to be implemented with Enhanced 911 (E911), which includes automatic location identification (ALI) and automatic number identification (ANI), which provides at least the building and floor location of the caller.

Arkansas – A 911 call made by any company, or corporation, public or private, providing exchange telephone service shall forward to any public safety answering point (PSAP) equipped for Enhanced 911 (E911) service the telephone number and street address of any telephone.

California – Proposed legislation would require every telephone exchange service, competitive local exchange carrier, multi-telephone system (MLTS), private branch exchange system, key set system, Centrex, or similar system to provide Enhanced 911 (E911) service with automatic routing, automatic number identification (ANI), and automatic location information (ALI) or identification.

Colorado – Multi-line telephone system (MLTS) operators shall provide written information describing the proper method of dialing 9-1-1 from a MLTS telephone in an emergency. MLTS operators that do not give the automatic number identification (ANI), the automatic location identification (ALI), or both, shall disclose such fact in writing and instruct them to provide their telephone number and exact location when calling 911.

Connecticut – Companies can not prevent a 911 call from being made. However, the call can be directed to a security answering point on-site. A proposal has been indicated that would require shared multi-line telephone system (MLTS) operators serving residential customers to make sure that the system is connected to the public switch for in which a 911 call results in one distinctive automatic number identification (ANI) and automatic location identification (ALI), such as business locations and hotels.

Florida – Effective July 1, 2003, each private branch exchange (PBX) system installed after January 1, 2004, must be capable of providing automatic location identification (ALI) to the station level.

Illinois – After June 30, 2000, any entity that installs or operates a private business switch service and provides telecommunications facilities or services to businesses needs to make sure that the system is connected to the public switched network in a manner that calls to 9-1-1 result in automatic number identification (ANI) and automatic location identification (ALI).

Chicago (Illinois) – Provide a name to all private streets on the campus/complex, identify all buildings and/or structures, for each building and/or structure they must have a unique name, address, or identifier, and use the National Emergency Number Association (NENA) recommended abbreviations for street thoroughfares.

Kentucky – Effective July 15, 1998, residential private switch telephone service providers must make sure that their system provides an updated telephone number and physical location for each 9-1-1 call and provide the service providers with the location information.

Louisiana – Automatic location identification (ALI) must be capable of being transmitted to the station level in every PBX installed after January 1, 2005.

Maine – Any privately owned or leased telephone system shall provide the same level of enhanced 9-1-1 services that others receive, including: automatic number identification (ANI) signaling; station identification data; and updates to enhanced 9-1-1 databases.

Maryl and – A Bill signed into law in May of 2015 requires any organization operating a multi-line telephone system to ensure that it is properly connected to the network in such a way that 9-1-1 can be dialed directly, without requiring any other number or set of numbers.

Massachusetts – As of July 1, 2009, any new or substantially renovated multi-line telephone systems (MLTS) such as Centrex, PBX and hybrid telephone systems, must provide the same level of enhanced 911 (E911) service that is provided to others in the Commonwealth. This includes but is not limited to businesses, apartments, townhouses, condominiums, schools, dormitories, hotels, motels, resorts, extended care facilities, or similar entities, facilities or structures.

Michigan – Providers of private switch equipment or services for organizations are required to ensure their system provides ANI and ALI for all outgoing 9-1-1 calls, no later than December 31, 2016. Location identification requirements are outlined.

Minnesota – For every private branch exchange (PBX) system purchased after December 31, 2004, must provide and maintain the system to provide a call back number and emergency response location for every 911 phone call made from private businesses, hotels, residential units, and educational institutions, including schools and colleges.

Mississippi – Service suppliers are required to provide access to the designated public safety answering point (PSAP) when dialing 911 where technically available. Any entity operating a “shared tenant service” is required to provide telephone number location information for each 911 call made from any extension. Also, any cellular telephone operating companies shall have all trunks or service lines contain the word “cellular” in the listing for calls placed to 911.

Nebraska – Although no details of multi-line telephone systems (MLTS) are listed yet, it does propose state wide enhancement of 911 by 2010.

Ohio – Bill introduced April of 2016 requiring direct access to 9-1-1 from a multi-line telephone system.
Pennsylvania. An owner or operator of a multi-line telephone system (MLTS) must ensure that calls to 911 provide automatic location identification (ALI) for each respective emergency response location (ERL) with a minimum of one per building/floor. Bill signed and passed into law in June of 2015.

Texas – Senate Bill 788 was signed into law in May of 2015 requiring direct dial access of 9-1-1 from all multi-line telephone systems. Tarrant County (Texas) As part of computerized 911 service, a service supplier shall furnish for each call the telephone number of the subscriber and the address associated with the number. A business that owns or leases a publicly or privately owned telephone switch used to provide telephone service to facility residents must provide the same level of 911 service that a service supplier is required to provide.

Utah – This bill requires certain multi-line telephone systems (MLTS) to provide various location-related information for 911 calls made from telephones within the system. Address requirements for updating location-related information when a MLTS’s database changes.

Vermont – Privately owned telephone systems shall provide the same level of 911 services as it is to others in the area with automatic number identification (ANI) signaling, station identification data and updates to the data base for enhanced 911.

Virginia – All multi-line telephone system (MLTS) providers must maintain and operate the automatic number identification (ANI) and automatic location identification (ALI) to the local public safety answering point (PSAP) for 911 calls to all MLTS installed after July 1, 2009.

Washington – Automatic location identification (ALI) format for 911 calls must be present in businesses containing 25,000 sq ft, or more than one floor of a building, or businesses in multiple buildings.
Wisconsin A bill proposed that requires Multi-Line Telephone System owners to provide location and callback information to the correct Public Safety Answering Point when a 911 call is placed.

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Premium V1 VoIP Carrier Services and Solutions

V1 VoIP offers premium voip carrier services and solutions to white private label resellers

V1 VoIP is a carrier of premium VoIP services and solutions. From high-end carrier services for PTTs and mobile operators, to white label and private label reseller services, V1 VoIP is the expert in VoIP services.

V1 VoIP Reseller Services:

Business users wanting to enter the lucrative world of VoIP, but lack the technical expertise for the same, can depend on V1 VoIP’s reselling services. The investment requirements are minimal. With options for white label and private label VoIP brand building and round-the-clock technical support, our reseller services are among the best in the industry.

V1 VoIP Carrier Services:

V1 customers and clients can benefit from the collaborative agreements with global network providers. We are a carrier’s carrier driving economic growth through a range of value-added services conforming to the highest quality standards. We offer A-Z call termination at industry leading costs.

V1 VoIP Corporate Business Solutions:

Businesses, having a global presence, can manage their activities more efficiently using V1 solutions. V1 hosted VoIP solutions are just perfect to connect the different corporate offices into a cohesive whole. With seamless VoIP call termination and the freedom to work from virtual offices, the corporate business solutions are proving their worth in more ways than one.

V1 VoIP Managed Partitioning Services:

These on-demand technical solutions come with dedicated switches, using which our customers can offer VoIP enabled services to end-users. We help our customers to create their own brand identities and develop fulfilling relationships with clients.

V1 VoIP Solution for ISPs:

ISPs can make the most of our customized solutions to sell voice services to end-users. With equipment specifications, technical support and round-the-clock monitoring, these solutions are proving to be quite valuable in different contexts.

V1 VoIP corporate business services are comprehensive enough to manage the communication needs of large organizations quite efficiently. With managed partitioning services and specialized solutions for ISPs, we supply technical assistance to specific client groups as well. Several resellers and ISPs have gained significantly monetarily from our expertise in this arena. All the VoIP services that are available with us come with the impeccable customer support. This ensures that our customers keep coming back to us for more.

Get your business started and growing today. Contact a member of the V1 VoIP team and learn more about what our services and solutions can do for your VoIP business needs.

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