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CHARLESTON — Frontier Communications says it has launched a suite of Voice over Internet Protocol business services in parts of West Virginia that offer secure connectivity and enhanced workplace mobility.

Services include Frontier Managed IP Telephony, Session Initiation Protocol trunking and more. With VoIP (Voice over Internet Protocol), voice and data are carried over the same networks, reducing costs during enabling features that boost efficiency and productivity, said Rich O'Brien, Southeast Region marketing director for Frontier. Frontier's solution is delivered over a private, secure and dedicated network, or rather than the Internet, he said in a release, and the Frontier network is constantly monitored to route voice calls reliably.

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