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Tata Communications gives a leg up to Vonage

Zafar Anjum | May 27, 2013
Signs a five-year agreement as a preferred supplier of international voice termination for leading VoIP provider

Tata Communications has signed a five-year strategic voice sourcing agreement with Vonage Holdings Corp, a first-of-its-kind partnership between Tata Communications and a major Over-The-Top provider, announced the global telecom company today.  

Tata Communications will provide Vonage access to its global network and ongoing investments in systems, tools and processes to improve voice call quality, the world's largest international wholesale voice carrier said in a statement.

"Vonage strives to deliver the highest possible quality of voice service to our customers, regardless of where they are or what device they use," said Ed Mulligan, vice president of Carrier Operations for Vonage. "Tata Communications' people, commitment to quality and world-class customer service provided us with the confidence to enter into this agreement. They understand the needs of next generation and OTT providers, and we look forward to our collective success."

Tata Communications has a global network of submarine and terrestrial cables as well as a Tier-1 IP backbone with connectivity to over 400 PoPs which reach more than 240 countries and territories.


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