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Xtel Awarded Hosted PBX Contract Extension by ESCNJ

MARLTON, NJ, November 12, 2018 – Xtel Communications, a leader in providing voice, data and network solutions to schools and businesses in the tri-state area for over 24 years, is proud to announce that our Hosted PBX contract bid award has been extended.

Xtel’s bid award offers New Jersey schools, municipalities and other public entities the ability to obtain intelligent future-proof Hosted PBX solutions.  Xtel, a regional CLEC, offers the highest quality hosted voice service, and has the ability to scale with your network’s size and needs.

“We [Xtel] are pleased to continue to offer our best-in-class services to New Jersey Schools through this bid” says Liz Sorino, executive vice president, Xtel Communications. “Xtel recognizes the importance of enabling schools to effectively communicate and collaborate internally and externally.”

For more information, please visit our website www.xtel.net.

About Xtel Communications

Xtel Communications is a premier provider of emerging voice, data and network security solutions, that include Hosted PBX, dedicated Internet Access, SD-WAN Services and ancillary layered applications such as mass notification which remains a hot topic in Schools.  We service the SLED Market and Medium to Enterprise business customers. The K-12 market is our largest vertical and from a funding perspective, Xtel is one of the largest providers of e-ratable and non-e-ratable services to NJ Schools. To find out more information visit http://xtel.netor call us at 1-800-GET-XTEL.

About the Educational Services Commission of New Jersey Cooperative System (ESCNJ)

ESCNJ has been in existence since 1977 and has grown to become the largest cooperative pricing system in New Jersey with over 1100 members. The ESCNJ is also a member of the Association of Educational Purchasing Agencies (AEPA), a national purchasing association that includes 26 states, bringing additional buying power to their co-op members.

Kimberly Parish

With majors in industrial finance, Kimberly took to journalism because of her interest in writing. Having keen interest in medical industry as well, Kimberly has a unique perspective on the health industries.

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