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Vitelity Showcasing Revolutionary vMobile Service at Super Mobility Week in Las Vegas

Leading Voice over IP (VoIP) technology provider Vitelity today announced that the organization will be exhibiting at CTIA 2014 – Super Mobility Week, September 9-11 at the Sands Expo and Convention Center in Las Vegas. The Vitelity presence will focus on vMobile, an innovative, award-winning service providing full integration between the vMobile smart phone and any SIP-enabled PBX telephone system. Customers are able to use their complete PBX feature set, regardless of whether they are in the office or not. vMobile is the first product or service that brings this full integration to market without relying on data, WiFi, call forwarding or downloaded apps. All integration and functionality are native to the vMobile smart phone.

With vMobile, customers can use both their office phones and their vMobile smart phones to transfer, park and pickup calls; set up secured internal conferencing; participate in call queues; record and monitor calls for quality assurance; analyze call reporting; and dial interoffice using four-digit extensions.

An additional feature of vMobile is its ability to switch between WiFi and cellular, optimizing access for users. Using this technology, customers can cut mobile phone spending by as much as 75% based on a typical carrier plan of $90 per month.

Powered by CTIA, Super Mobility Week is North America’s largest forum for mobile innovation and the most influential mobile marketplace, bringing together the world’s leading authorities on the mobile connected life. Over 35,000 attendees including 1,100+ exhibitors and 1,000+ members of the press representing over 100 countries, will be participating in Super Mobility Week.

Attendees visiting the Vitelity booth will have a chance to win a free vMobile smart phone as well as an opportunity to learn how the vMobile service can dramatically change their mobile strategy.

“We are thrilled to be showcasing vMobile at Super Mobility Week,” noted Jeannie Zaemes, Director of Marketing, Vitelity. “vMobile is such a revolutionary mobile solution and having a strong presence at this conference gives us the opportunity to talk with prospects and potential development and channel partners about the true fixed mobile convergence provided by this innovative product.”

About Vitelity

The goal and passion that drives every member of the Vitelity team is to make meaningful change in the telecommunications world, empowering communication for our customers and the customers of our extensive reseller network. Vitelity brings an unmatched depth in communications expertise offering innovative products and services including VoIP, fax, and hosting with its own 50Gbit private dark fiber network and interconnections in major cities throughout the United States, including Denver, New York City, Los Angeles, and Miami. To learn more about how Vitelity is empowering communication, visit www.vitelity.com or call 888-898-4835.

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