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Tpad Offer VOIP Lifeline to Discarded Thus Customers

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PostPosted: Thu Sep 17, 2009 5:19 am    Post subject: Tpad Offer VOIP Lifeline to Discarded Thus Customers Reply with quote

With the announcement that Business ISP THUS has pulled the plug on its Voice over Internet Protocol service (VoIP), Tpad have announced a simple option for customers to transfer their redundant service to an efficient provider.

Burnley, UK, September 17, 2009 -- Tpad have announced that their Pipecall VoIP service is to close within the next 30 days due to difficulties in maintaining acceptable levels of reliability and have left customers in an awkward position of having to do the administration work themselves if they want to keep their current number.

Tpad, who take pride in their simple, yet effective VoIP and telephony solutions have put together a VoIP offering to allow Thus customers to seamlessly transfer to a new provider without any difficulties or lengthy paperwork to complete.

Simon Jones, Sales Director for Tpad, said: “We feel quite strongly that Thus have let their customers down with a very small notice period and we would like to help these people find a new home for the VoIP service with as little stress as possible.

“Tpad have the infrastructure in place to provide a seamless and efficient migration of your VoIP service including IVR applications with the minimal of disruption possible.”

With VoIP technology evolving rapidly in recent years, Tpad has remained at the forefront of this advancement and continues to offer a complete managed telephony solution packed full of features and emphatic savings.

The experience that Tpad has built up in the sector has also highlighted the importance of client care and responsiveness to the needs of the marketplace and the news from Thus has again highlighted this requirement.

“The decision by Thus will currently be causing a number of people great concern. However we hope to show these customers that they don’t have to lose their service, or be forced into a corner where they have to accept a contract from another provider such as BT, just because Thus are pushing them in that direction.”

For more information on Tpad’s telephony services please call 0845 122 1746.

About Tpad
Tpad ( ), the world's most flexible communications company, offers next-generation telephone systems for consumers and businesses.
Tpad's new telephone systems make it easier and cheaper for people and businesses to stay in touch using any device, on any network, anytime, anywhere.

The ever-expanding global IP telephony company is based in the UK and has offices in the UAE. Tpad's telephone systems are fully compatible with any SIP or VoIP telephone device; softphones (Xlite, ZoIPer or SJPhone), ATAs and IP phones (Linksys, Snom, Aastra, Yealink and Grandstream) as well as Wi-Fi mobile phones (Nokia E and N series).

Press information: Contact: Stephanie Barker, 0845 122 1746

Andrew Barton
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38 Chorley New Road
Bolton BL1 4AP
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