UniVoIP Engages California Educational Institutions and Support Green Initiatives

Join us at the summit and learn about green VoIP communication technology for Educational Institutions


When? November 3-4, 2016

Where? Pasadena Convention Center | BOOTH 123

Prop 39 and E-Rate Eligible VoIP Phone Service Provider

We have assembled years of experience deploying cloud-based communication solutions and addressing the specific needs of educational institutions seeking to reduce their carbon footprint while saving money.

We want to meet you at the Summit! 

Let’s set aside a few minutes to discuss your current infrastructure, growing needs, and eligibility for the various programs offered.  See how educational institutions are reducing costs and boosting efficiency with our VoIP Solution. Request a short one-on-one meeting by calling 424.291.3265 or click here.


We can also demo the solution for you in a few minutes.

Learn more at www.univoip.org.

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