Sling Broadband Expands Its Business Broadband Network to 71 New Market Areas

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Sling Broadband is taking its high-speed Business Broadband Internet service nationwide. The company will offer its Metro-Ethernet Wireless, Business T1, Enterprise Dedicated Internet Access, Business Voice and Hosted PBX services in 71 new market areas across 29 states from coast to coast.

“We are proud to bring our true business-class network to companies across the country. By utilizing the newest available technology, we offer a better business broadband that is cost-effective, secure and reliable,”

In response to increasing demand from business consumers, Sling Broadband is taking its high-speed Business Broadband Internet service nationwide. Effective June 1st, 2013, the company will offer Metro-Ethernet, T1, Dedicated Internet Access, Business VoIP and Hosted PBX services in 71 new market areas across 29 states from coast to coast.

“We are proud to bring our true business-class network to companies across the country. By utilizing the newest available technology, we offer a better business broadband and telephone service that is cost-effective, secure and reliable,” says Addiel Lopez, CEO of Sling Broadband.

Sling Broadband is one of the nation’s leading Internet service providers. With one of the largest network footprints in North America, Sling Broadband offers business-class high-speed Internet data and voice services along with the cost advantages of industry-leading technologies. Unlike some other Internet service providers, Sling Broadband owns its entire network and is not dependent on the local exchange carrier network of telephone wires or cable.

In addition to its core Business Internet service, Sling Broadband offers the option of Enterprise grade Dedicated Internet Access, providing a dedicated connection to their global network and a 99.999% uptime guarantee. This service is designed for organizations in industries such as law enforcement, health care and financial services with a need to send mission-critical information over Internet connections that are both reliable and secure.

Sling Broadband also offers affordable, feature-rich telephone service exclusively tailored for businesses. Their Business Voice service routes telephone calls over the Internet using Voice over Internet Protocol (VoIP), rather than telephone lines. The per-line flat rate fee typically results in substantial cost savings for businesses when compared to standard telephone service.

For business needing a private branch exchange (PBX), Sling Broadband’s Hosted PBX service offers the features of a top-of-the-line business phone system with minimal up-front cost. Features include a virtual receptionist with customizable Interactive voice response (IVR) and dial-by-name options. The system can also include an innovative, time-saving feature where voicemails are forwarded to an email account as an attached audio file including the message and the caller’s phone number.

Sling Broadband designed and built its network from the ground up for the sole purpose of delivering fast and flexible Internet solutions to businesses. Its network structure allows for scalability, granting the flexibility to easily adapt as business needs change.

Expanding from its home-base in Florida, Sling Broadband now serves major cities in the southeastern states of Georgia, Missouri, North Carolina and Tennessee; and northeastern states including Connecticut, Delaware, Maryland, Massachusetts, New Jersey, New York, Pennsylvania, Rhode Island, Virginia and Washington D.C. In addition, service is now available in major Midwestern cities located in Illinois, Kansas, Michigan, Minnesota, Ohio, and Texas. In the western U.S., Sling Broadband has extended its network into the states of California, Colorado, Idaho, Nevada, Oregon, Utah, and Washington, and Hawaii.

Sling Broadband is an industry-leading, privately held, Internet Service Provider based in Miami, Florida. In 2006, Sling Broadband began construction of its innovative network optimized for data transmission and since then has dynamically expanded to become one of the largest carriers of data traffic in North America.

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