Canadian telecom major Bell launches Bell Business Advantage

Telecom Lead America: Canadian telecom provider Bell has
launched the Bell Business Advantage Program for its customers.

 

The new Advantage Program will offer exclusive offers on
products and services to Bell business customers, enabling their businesses to
be more productive.

 

“Bell is committed to helping Canadian businesses
grow and succeed, and we’ve brought together a team of strategic partners to
deliver them real savings on a wide range of business products and
services,” said Tom Little, president, Bell Business Markets.

 

With this new program, Bells business customers will be
able to save on products they purchase such as technology, office supplies, car
rentals, and gasoline and courier services.

 

The Bell Business Advantage Program includes Avaya, Avis
Budget, Cisco, Grand & Toy, Petro-Canada, Purolator, The Source and
Toshiba.

 

As the program expands, the company said that it will add
more partners in coming days.

 

Bell business customers with both wireless and wireline
accounts can register at no extra cost through Bell’s online registration tool.

 

Once verified, customers can start taking advantage of
Bell Business Advantage offers immediately.

 

Canadian telecom provider Bell launches Push-to-talk services

 

Bell launched Bell PTT, an instant Push-to-talk (PTT)
service.

 

The new service is expected to offer instant contact
capability for business customers. Bell PTT is North America’s first
push-to-talk solution leveraging the high-speed data and broad coverage
benefits of 4G wireless.

 

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