Speakeasy Extends Offer of Free IP Phones as More SMBs Switch to VoIP

By VoipPlanet.com Staff | May 27, 2010 | Print this Page
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SEATTLE, May 27, 2010 -- Speakeasy, one of the nation's leading broadband and voice services providers and a Best Buy company, today announced the extension of their free phone offer, which has successfully eliminated one of the last barriers to VoIP adoption. In March, Speakeasy began offering free Polycom SoundPoint IP 321 VoIP-enabled phones to new business customers who purchase unlimited or global Hosted Voice calling plans and have a minimum of five lines. The promotion was so successful that Speakeasy has made the decision to extend the promotion through the end of June.

"While the long-term cost savings of using VoIP were proven, we suspected some companies might have been apprehensive of making the switch because of the upfront costs," said Bruce Chatterley, Speakeasy CEO. "Turns out our theory was right. By eliminating that last barrier to entry, we've had a dramatic increase in call volume from potential new customers, clearly demonstrating the desire for small businesses to implement Hosted Voice."

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Speakeasy Extends Free Phone Offer as More Small Businesses Switch to VoIP