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V1 VoIP Offers Canada Origination Carrier Service Footprint

V1 VoIP offers footprint of Canada origination carrier VoIP services

V1 VoIP offers an unparalleled origination service footprint of the United States and Canada from over 7,500 rate centers. V1 VoIP offers the best wholesale VoIP service and giving customers the ability to receive calls, purchase DIDs and port telephone numbers in Canada. As the top domestic VoIP wholesaler in North America, V1 VoIP offers the best aggregation model.

In addition to our Canadian origination, V1 VoIP also handles service in Puerto Rico and Hawaii, making a complete North American service package. Customers will be able to enjoy a full array of domestic V1 VoIP services from a single wholesale provider, including origination, termination, local and toll-free number porting, and features such as CNAM and T.38 faxing.

V1 VoIP has outstanding relationships with major fixed line and long distance carriers from all over the globe; as such, customers can port in their phone number from over 725 rate centres – more rate centers in Canada than any other fixed wire or VoIP provider (resellers excepted). Consequently, V1 VoIP has established itself as a leading player in the VoIP industry, both at home and abroad. With more than 7,500 rate centers, V1 VoIP features one of the nation’s largest VoIP networks and also boasts a DID warehouse with well over 120,000 numbers.

Providing advanced telecommunications services in numerous formats, the most popular of which is its ‘Hosted PBX Unlimited’ package, V1 VoIP is suited to customers who require a flexible and feature rich phone service that doesn’t break the bank.

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V1 VoIP Provides Lowest e911 Rates for Canada

V1 VoIP e911 coverage in Canada

In April 2005, the CRTC (Canadian Radio and Telecommunications Commission; the Canadian equivalent of the U.S. Federal Communications Commission) made a ruling that all VoIP providers must provide 911 service. V1 VoIP has risen up to meet the needs of its Canadian customers.

The “basic 911” service that many VoIP customers have puts them in touch with a call center that takes down their address and contacts the closest emergency response center. That’s because subscribers are identified by an IP number rather than geographic location. If calls are disconnected, the VoIP provider gives the customer’s last known address on file.

Traditional phone providers’ enhanced 911 service sends location information on customers directly to emergency services.

V1 VoIP’s e911 solution provides nationwide E911 coverage in both the US and Canada. Voice service providers simply need to establish a SIP trunk to V1’s emergency services network. Customers can update and validate their locations in real-time using V1’s provisioning interface, which can be incorporated directly into the VSP’s website.

When 911 is dialed, V1’s Emergency Routing Service delivers the call to the appropriate PSAP based on the caller’s registered location, ensuring that the correct location data and callback number appear on the dispatcher’s screen.

Contact V1 VoIP now< to learn more about our incredible low rates for e911 for all of Canada.

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V1 VoIP Carrier Services are Hot for Canada Resellers

Canada is becoming a hot carrier service market for V1 VoIP resellers

V1 VoIP has one of the largest footprints with over 9,000 rate centers in North America. As the top domestic carrier in North America, Canada is a hotbed for our resellers. The amount of VoIP users in Canada continues to grow and V1 VoIP offers amazing services geared specifically to Canadian end users that resellers are loving.

V1 VoIP resellers understand that Canadian users are looking for VoIP service that covers the scope of the country and not just a local municipality. For example, a reseller should offer VoIP service that covers all 50 United States and not just Texas. VoIP offers Canadian end users phone service at a fraction of the price of their traditional members and the service is highly in demand.

V1 VoIP resellers are hearing their Canada customers say that the voice quality on their VoIP service is vastly improved and they are enjoying the lower costs, specifically with their overseas and long distance rates. Between the call quality and the low rates they are loving VoIP service much more than the traditional or conventional phone service. For a residence or a small business needing a cost-effective way to do business at the office, V1 VoIP resellers with their VoIP services and solutions are in high demand.

Contact V1 VoIP today to get started reselling in the Canadian market and learn more about our Canada DID porting rates starting as low as $0.15 per DID!

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V1 VoIP and Emergency Services for United States and Canada

V1 VoIP definitions for emergency services to the United States of American and Canada

When you are reselling V1 VoIP services and solutions, it is important to familiarize yourself with the emergency and e911 services which are compliant with the FCC and CRTC for the United States of America and Canada.

When it comes to e911 services, there are several terms that will be used frequently. Please familiarize yourself with them here:

911 Services – functionality that allows End-users to contact emergency services, including, without limitation, police, fire and hospital medical services. In areas served by selective routers, 911 Services may include Enhanced 911 (“E-911”) Service, in which emergency calls to the appropriate public safety answering point (“PSAP”) serving the End-User address and DID/DOD information.

DID/DOD – stand for Direct Inward Dial and Direct Outward Dial number. In laments terms, this is your phone number. A DID means an access line associated with a particular telephone number that allows for inbound and outbound voice calls

Emergency Call Relay Center (ECRC) – means Provider or its agents inbound call center, staffed 24 hours per day, 7 days per week, and 365 days per year for emergency call handling support.

Emergency Call – a 911 call placed by a Voice over Internet Protocol (“VoIP”) End-User to Carrier’s Internet Protocol (“IP”) services.

How does e911 work?

If you live in an area where E911 service is available, your telephone number and the address you have registered or will register during the sign-up process will be automatically forwarded to the most appropriate emergency dispatch center. Consequently, the emergency operators will have immediate access to the information they need send help directly to your location.

It is important to remember that the address you register with is the address that will be automatically forwarded to emergency services when you dial 911 – therefore, if you relocate either temporarily or permanently, you must update your address by clicking on the member login to any such move so that emergency services always has the correct information regarding your whereabouts.

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