Sprint PCS Extends Office Phone Systems to Mobile Phones
Jan 23, 2002, 1:32 AM by (staff)
Sprint PCS yesterday introduced Sprint PCS Integrated Office, a service solution targeted at large corporate customers. The network-based service allows business users to dial short office extension numbers directly from their Sprint PCS wireless phone. Office voicemail systems are linked to replace Sprint PCS voicemail, including one-touch voicemail and the new-message indicator on the wireless phone. One phone number reaches the user at either phone, with web-based management of how calls are routed, as well as calling limits and other group-based controls.
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