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LOGIX Fiber Networks Offers Up to Three Months Free Service in Response to COVID-19 to Help Businesses Go Remote; Signs FCC Pledge
Companies receive reduced pricing and special free offer on business phone cloud services with hosted PBX; LOGIX signs FCC’s Keep Americans Connected Pledge
HOUSTON (March 24, 2020) — To help businesses adjust to the disruptions caused by COVID-19, LOGIX Fiber Networks is launching a new program to provide its Business Voice Cloud service with special pricing, including up to three months free, when a company signs up for a new Business Voice Cloud with hosted PBX solution. This program is available immediately to new and existing business customers through the end of April.
The company has also signed the Federal Communications Commission’s “Keep Americans Connected Pledge,” promising for the next 60 days to not terminate service to small business customers because of their inability to pay their bills due to the disruptions caused by the coronavirus pandemic and waiving any late fees that customers incur because of their economic circumstances.
In an effort to mitigate the spread of the virus, many firms have instructed employees to work from home. However, this can present issues for business continuity, especially for those that rely on in-office technology, such as their desk phone. LOGIX Business Voice Cloud solutions enable employees to be fully accessible from anywhere due to the platform’s features. It is an industry-leading, full-featured PBX hosted in the LOGIX cloud delivering unlimited domestic long-distance calling, a soft client for voice and video calling, messaging, conferencing, and employee collaboration tools.
“Our team understands that this unprecedented situation poses significant challenges to many businesses of all sizes,” said Matt Murphy, CEO of LOGIX Fiber Networks, “that’s why LOGIX is dedicated to assisting any way we can. This three months free offer, reduced pricing, and signing of the FCC Pledge are our ways of helping firms stay connected during the abrupt transition to a remote workforce, as well as to ease financial concerns during this crisis.”
The LOGIX business fiber network currently connects over 10,000 businesses across Texas and has ample levels of capacity available to handle new customers. Unlike some other fiber providers and cable companies, LOGIX does not slow down or throttle customer communications during peak demand windows. This available capacity enables LOGIX customers to maintain employee productivity and ensure connectivity, even while working remotely. Business Voice Cloud with hosted PBX can also be deployed quickly and can scale easily to meet the needs of various sized businesses.
The LOGIX team is available to answer questions regarding how Business Voice Cloud makes tele-commuting and a mobile work force more efficient during this time.
About LOGIX Fiber Networks
LOGIX Fiber Networks is an established fiber‐based network infrastructure operator in Texas. LOGIX provides highly secure fiber-based data and voice services as well as data center access to over 10,000 enterprise and carrier customers. Known for its outstanding Texas-based customer service, flexible connectivity options and best-in-class reliability, LOGIX’s built-for-business fiber network delivers the dependability customers need so that they can focus on their business.
LOGIX’s affordable solutions leverage expertise accumulated over its 35-year history. As a nimble, regional player, LOGIX efficiently develops and deploys large-, medium- or small-scale footprints to support its customers’ current and future business requirements. LOGIX offers a broad range of business voice and data options for simple and complex configurations including Business Voice, Business Internet, Business Ethernet, Business Wavelength, Business Voice Cloud, Business Voice Trunks, Data Centers and Cloud Connect.
ATC & Thom Singer present the 12th installment of Cool Things Entrepreneurs Do Podcast: “woom bikes USA”
Thom Singer, podcast host, interviews thought-leaders from ATC Member Companies regarding their unique advice for startups, thoughts on Austin’s tech ecosystem, and personal heroes every first Thursday of the month.
Mathias Ihlenfeld, woom bikes USA
This episode is an in-depth interview with Mathias Ihlenfeld, the Owner of woom bikes USA. Check out this conversation about life, entrepreneurship, and Austin.
Thom Singer has interviewed over 400 CEOs, entrepreneurs, business leaders, solopreneurs, and others on his popular “Cool Things Entrepreneurs Do” podcast (named on INC.com as one of 8 business podcasts to listen to in 2018). Through these in-depth conversations he learned that there is no single thing that holds people back from achieving more, nor is there one solution to reaching the top levels of success. It is unique for each person.
woom designs high-quality, lightweight bikes for children of all ages. Built with meticulous attention to detail, our bikes are tailor-made for a child’s anatomy and needs. Models range in size from balance bikes designed for the smallest of riders to pedal bikes for young teens. woom bikes, often half the weight of kids’ bikes found at traditional retail stores, make riding easy to learn and easy to enjoy. Our aim is to inspire as many children as possible to love riding their bike.
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