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Masergy expands Global Cloud Communications Service

Masergy Communications is expanding its Global Office solutions. Responding to growing demand by enterprise organizations seeking a global communication presence with a true local calling experience, Masergy has broadened its Global Office service deployment to now include Mexico and Italy. Global Office is available across six continents.

Masergy is the only company to offer a complete suite of Global Office solutions including Global UCaaS and SIP Trunking, that avoids using the public Internet to route regional customer calls. Rather than using a difficult-to-manage call routing scheme, Masergy provides customers with a purpose-built, Global Cloud Communications platform that delivers a low latency, superior calling experience over a single, unified dialing plan.
“Not all global calling services are created equal,” said Dean Manzoori, Vice President for Product Management UCaaS, Masergy. “Masergy’s Global Office provides a comprehensive, in-country solution with localized traffic and guaranteed global call quality. We are proud to have created the industry’s most dependable, cloud-based calling, backed by the technology industry’s best customer service and validated by an unprecedented Net Promoter Score of 70.3.”
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