Voice, video and data service provider Qwest Communications International Inc. said Wednesday that it launched a national voice-over-Internet Protocol service for business customers called Qwest OneFlex.
Qwest OneFlex is a network-based service that uses Qwest's national IP network to give customers a single-source product that includes local and long-distance voice service as well as high-speed Internet access.
With OneFlex, businesses can use a Qwest iQ Networking connection for all their communications with the addition of VoIP phones. By using a Web interface, customers can 'point-and-click' for features such as conference callings, adding new users and setting-up voicemail.
Qwest OneFlex will be available to business customers in Boise, Idaho, Denver, Minneapolis and Phoenix in mid-July and in other metropolitan markets by the end of 2004.