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Xplornet expands advanced VoIP service nationwide

8 Jun 2016

Canadian rural broadband access specialist Xplornet Communications has launched a new, feature-rich VoIP-based home phone service nationwide. A press release says that the Xplornet Home Phone service is now available across rural Canada ‘from coast to coast’ offering a ‘significantly’ cheaper alternative to traditional landline services. For CAD19.99 (USD15.62) per month without a contract, customers get free unlimited province-wide calling, more than ten calling features included at no extra charge, fixed number portability (FNP), ‘competitive international rates to over 200 locations’ plus the option to add a North American long-distance plans for CAD5.

Chris Johnston of Xplornet said: ‘Our customers have been asking us to take this next step. Too many rural Canadians have to rely on expensive landline … Rural Canadians who subscribe to Xplornet can now easily switch phone service, keep their current number, conveniently see their services on only one bill, and start saving.’

Canada, Xplore (formerly Xplornet)

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