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Comwave Wins 2012 Consumer Choice Award(July 20, 2012)
(PRWEB) July 20, 2012
On July 4, 2012, Comwave was awarded the 2012 Consumer Choice Award as the Top Service Providers in the Home Phone Category. Comwave succeeded above all other top telecommunications companies. Comwave is truly grateful to its customers, as it is thanks to their dedication and demand for excellence that Comwave has received this award.
Comwave provides Voice over IP (VoIP) solutions not only to private residences through their home phone, long distance, Comwave Mobile and ePhone services, but to businesses as well, through their business lines, long distances packages, SIP Trunking and Hosted PBX products. Indeed, Comwaves wide breadth of products and services, alongside their commitment to their customers, has earned them a reputation for excellence in their field.
The Consumer Choice Award gathers opinions, perceptions and expectations through the responses of thousands of consumers and businesses across Canada each year. The winner selection process is a rigorous one conducted by a third party research firm to make sure that only the most outstanding service providers are the winners within their respective industry.
Comwave proud recipient of the 2012 Consumers Choice Award, is Canadas largest independent communications company specializing in Voice over IP (VoIP), long distance and mobile for residential and business customers. Comwave recently released the very successful ePhone for the BlackBerry Playbook, PC & Mac. Led by President and CEO, Yuval Barzakay, Comwave has become Canadas leader in VoIP solutions. Comwave serves over 500 cities in Canada and over 1100 in the United States.
- To improve on the customer experience and overall satisfaction
- Keep things simple
Contact: Darryl Singer, Director of Marketing, Digital, Ph: +1 416-663-9700 x 382, dsinger(at)comwave(dot)net
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