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[July 16, 2013]

Telcom & Data Now Offers Avaya Support and Phone System Maintenance for Companies Looking to Lower Costs

Milwaukee, WI, Jul 16, 2013 ( via COMTEX) -- The economy has caused companies to make every effort they can to save money. This results in cutbacks being made in an effort to get the most out of their dollar as possible. One area where a cutback could pose a problem is in the maintenance and support of Avaya phone systems. For this service the amount of money spent usually relates to the quality of the coverage received. A cheaper phone system service may end up costing a business more if a major problem occurs with the Avaya system. Telcom & Data proudly offers a service that differs from this trend. Avaya Support and Phone System Maintenance promises to reduce costs without reducing protection.

Companies that make the switch to Telcom & Data's Avaya support service frequently cut maintenance costs by 30%. Other phone system services offer less coverage and cost more. Telcom & Data offers solutions that will save money. If a major problem happens, the monthly maintenance plan covers the unplanned costs. 24/7 alarm monitoring provides constant security and the fastest response time for service. Telcom & Data offers complete Avaya phone system maintenance, upgrades and repairs. The complete maintenance program covers all parts and labor and a technician assigned to each account.

There are three coverage plans offered by Telcom & Data. The Full Coverage plan includes PBX, Voicemail, and Handsets (excludes wireless handsets). The Switch and Voicemail plan has the same coverage as the previous plan but it excludes all handsets. The final plan is Remote Support and Monitoring Only. For this service all parts and onsite labor are billable. Telcom & Data services Avaya (Definity, IP Office, Merlin, Partner, Audix, Communication Manager, Lucent), Allworx VoIP Phones, Nortel (Norstar) and Intertel phone systems.

When asked about the Avaya Support Service, Ricardo Trinidad, president of Telcom & Data said, "Telcom & Data wants businesses to know that we will continue to support out of date Avaya phone systems no matter how old." For more information on Telcom & Data's Avaya Support and Phone System Maintenance Service and how to receive a free quote, visit Telcom & Data's website or call 800-355-0229.

About Telcom & Data: Since 1996 Telcom & Data has been providing thousands of telecommunications solutions to organizations around the world to measurably improve communications. The company is a leader in business phone systems, intercom systems, and mass notification products. Telcom & Data maintains a network of over 1600 technicians with locations in Chicago, Milwaukee, and Miami.

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