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About Sprint Complete Collaboration
Sprint is the third-largest wireless network operator in the United States. Founded in 1899, the Brown Telephone Company was originally created to bring landline telephone services to rural areas in Kansas. Few could have guessed that this modest business would, one day, become one of the world’s leaders in business VoIP solutions.
Through the course of the 20th century, the Sprint Corporation underwent many changes. The power behind its network evolved, and in 2006, the company moved away from the landline business. Since then, businesses everywhere have embraced the company’s business VoIP services. Sprint has become an industry leader in business VoIP technology. With Sprint’s VoIP service, collaboration is everything. Business clients thrive in atmospheres where employees can easily communicate, which is why Sprint built their solutions around accessible, reliable technology. Their service allows users to connect to video, voice, and data with ease. Local and international calling is simple. Sprint’s SIP trunking handles everything over a single WAN connection, ridding businesses of expensive on-premise PBX trunking. And as corporate networks evolve, so does the service. Sprint includes hosted collaboration services that connect with mobile devices, so employees don’t need to be at the office to be part of the conversation.
(Last updated on 03/21/2016 by Jonathan Ward)