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Hi everyone,

I work for a small audio company with 7 total employees. We are moving soon, and I was hoping to consolidate the number of bills we get for all of the services we need and save some money in the process. We are currently using Cbeyond for our phone lines, email, and web hosting, our internet is a 50Mb connection through Comcast Business Class, and we have 10 ISDN lines through AT&T (with Sprint long distance) for our high bandwidth live voice recording needs. This results in paying 4 bills every month for our core services...

Can anyone recommend a good company that can provide all or most of this to us at a reasonable price? Cbeyond seems to offer almost everything, but I want to get a few quotes if I can. Haven't had to shop for this stuff in a while so I thought I'd ask!
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Well, I do many facilities with CBeyond and Comcast as my network providers, then a VoIP provider as back up to SIPConnect from CBEYOND.   Not real clear on the AT&T / Sprint package in your solution.  Maybe go with something like IPComms VirtualPRI over the Comcast or CBeyond (if it's Metro-E) and cut back to three bills.  Depending on your calling, you might even be able to fold all the telephony into a CBeyond package and save money, they have been aggressive lately with offerings to retain customers.
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Thanks for the response. Cbeyond looks to be the best option so far, although I read a lot of negative reviews about their pricing and service....We've been customers for a couple years now, and I don't have many complaints. I just love how many services they offer under one roof! I guess I am wondering what would be their closest competitor?
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Yea, It's very much a love / hate relationship these days.  

The other option if the Comcast / IPComms network is not of interest might be;

http://www.oneringnetworks.com/

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