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Telcentris Sees Hosted VoIP Channel Revenue Spike

VoxOx In Business has become a moneymaker for Telcentris, which is rolling out summer channel promotions to keep the momentum going.

VoxOx will pay solution providers a 100 percent spif on monthly recurring revenue agreements related to SIP trunks, hosted PBX seats or hosted contact center seats that have been closed on one-, two- or three-year terms. Orders must be placed by Aug. 31 and installed by Oct. 1 to qualify, and month-to-month customer commitments don't count.

Tad Nikolich, vice president of business sales, said VoxOx In Business revenue has doubled in the past five months and Telcentris business services are growing 20 percent to 25 percent per month. The biggest increase has been in high-volume call center and wholesale termination business from both domestic and international customers, Nikolich said.

[Related: Telcentris Names Wholesale Sales VP, Teams With WTG ]

Telcentris has a number of other promotions still going, including a free SIP trunk for channel partners to use themselves, and, for selling IP PBXes to customers, a free trunk for those customers. In addition, Telcentris' SIP trunk demo unit includes 10 call paths, a temporary DID and a $25 usage credit.

Nikolich said the average deal sizes for partners selling hosted PBX are $200 to $1,000 a month in billing, and for SIP trunking, an average spend of about $10,000 a month.

Telcentris is continuing to broaden VoxOx In Business. It updated the structure and pricing for its white-label VoIP program in April and added cloud routing, hosted conference bridging and short call services for outbound call centers in March.

Later in the summer Telcentris will open a new data center in New York, Nikolich said.

This story was originally published on June 22.

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