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MetTel to Present at AOTMP 2014 Fixed Mobile Telecom Management Conference

NEW YORK, NY -- (Marketwired) -- 01/14/14 -- MetTel, a leading provider of unified communications and network solutions to business and government customers, today announced it will sponsor the Break-Out Track titled "Technology: Evolving Your Business " at AOTMP's upcoming 2014 Fixed and Mobile Telecom Management Conference. The Conference, focusing on the full spectrum of activities affecting the efficiency and productivity of fixed and mobile telecom environments, will take place February 10-13, 2014 in Orlando, Florida.

Ed Fox, MetTel's vice president of network services, will lead a discussion on selecting the right technology platform in a dynamically evolving environment. The presentation, titled "Simplifying your Telecommunications-SIP Trunking & VoIP" will be held as an individual session within the Technology Break-Out Track on Tuesday, February 11th.

"With technology changing faster than ever, it is critical for companies to make cost-effective and operationally scalable decisions about their telecommunications infrastructure," said Fox, who has led MetTel's network service for over 13 years. "I will be discussing methodologies for selecting the right technology."

Lori Thomas, MetTel's executive director - client engagement, will facilitate the Technology Break-Out Tracks sessions. "I am delighted to be back at the AOTMP Conference. This newly expanded emphasis on fixed and mobile evolving technologies will open a valuable dialogue between industry innovators and enterprise clients."

For additional details or to schedule a meeting with MetTel, please visit www.mettel.net or call 1.877.963.8663.

About MetTel
From traditional voice services to a Global MPLS Network and VoIP technologies, MetTel provides a complete portfolio of wireless and wireline services to clients throughout the United States, Canada, Puerto Rico and beyond. The company leverages extensive strategic partnerships to offer a broad portfolio of services and is redefining telecommunications with its powerful platform of proprietary, cloud-based software including the MetOne® Portal, a tool that enables clients to manage their inventory, usage, spend and repairs from one user-friendly interface. Founded in 1996 and headquartered in New York City, MetTel delivers unmatched solutions and services at competitive prices, backed up by superior, domestic-based customer service. For more information, visit www.mettel.net.

About AOTMP
AOTMP, headquartered in Indianapolis, IN, is a leading authority on driving efficiency and performance into enterprise fixed & mobile telecom environments. AOTMP's proprietary framework, methodologies and industry best practices bring a unique and disciplined approach that delivers significant and measurable improvement in financial and operational efficiency to our clients and current telecom expense management and wireless mobility management programs. From Fortune 50, small & medium business, to public sector markets and industry suppliers, organizations seeking to reach peak performance turn to AOTMP's industry thought leaders, global knowledge, proprietary performance index, certification programs and unparalleled benchmarking data for a complete fixed & mobile telecom environment management approach. For more information, visit www.aotmp.com.

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