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Disaster Avoidance
Keep Your Lines of Communication Open

Disaster Avoidance – Keep Your Lines of Communication Open

What if there is an unplanned event such as no power, a natural disaster or even day to day issues? When disaster strikes, it’s crucial your business can keep its doors and lines of communication open. It can mean the difference between keeping your customers or closing your doors for good.

Ensure YOUR Business Continuity

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We are really happy with the service UniVoIP has provided us with and they have worked to exceed our communication needs and expectations from day one. The service never drops, our account executive is always there to guide us and customer service is always available to help. We had very high fees with Verizon, and UniVoIP has eliminated the financial and operational stress of moving our team from site to site. We have saved a lot of money in the short and long run..

– JD Group Inc

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