Star2Star Voted Top 50 Channel Program

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Readers of PHONE+ Magazine have selected Star2Star Communications as a “Top 50 Channel Program.”

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We have a great relationship with our dealers and agents because we understand their business. The hosted VoIP business model, by and large, leaves interconnects and agents out in the cold.

Star2Star Communications, maker of “The World's Most Reliable Internet Phone Solution,” announced today that the readers of PHONE+ Magazine have selected the company as Top 50 Channel Program.

PHONE+ readers selected Star2Star over hundreds of other companies, including carriers, resellers, master agencies, and other telephony products vendors.

“We have a great relationship with our dealers and agents because we understand their business,” said Joe Rhem, President of Star2Star. “The hosted VoIP business model, by and large, leaves interconnects and agents out in the cold. Star2Star's unique blended architecture not only solves the quality and reliability problems often associated with hosted VoIP, but it also gives our channel partners a profitable product to sell as a superior, price-competitive alternative to a purely hosted solution.”

The results of the reader survey were announced at the Channel Partners Conference & Expo, which took place earlier this week in Washington, D.C. A complete list of winners is available at the PHONE+ web site, http://www.phoneplusmag.com.

About Star2Star:
Founded in 2006, Sarasota, Florida – based Star2Star Communications is re-inventing the phone company for the Internet age. Star2Star’s unique technology provides users with innovative features that increase productivity while decreasing monthly communications costs. Star2Star products are sold exclusively through a network of installing dealers.

Contact Information:
Les Freed, Director, Media Relations
Star2Star Communications, LLC
600 Tallevast Road, Suite 202
Sarasota, Florida 34243
941-234-0001 X109
http://www.star2star.com

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