Carrirbid has been working in the business as a Telecom consulting firm since 2006. We use our experience and intellectual property and we’ll assist and advise you so that you can PLAN to be successful. We’ll help you with actionable goals and realistic timelines to support your mission and vision.

CarrierBid has over 180 leading voice and data, MPLS and SIP, business phone, and internet service providers through which we offer hundreds of data, voice, and IT networking services to meet your unique business needs. Either way, if you’re looking for a more concise list of the top 5 business internet service providers—you have it too. We have also agency relationships with over one hundred leading MPLS and SIP service providers.

Our Major Business Phone and Internet Service Providers:

Phone and internet service providers

CenturyLink:

CenturyLink is the best business phone and internet service provider in 33 states in the USA. It is the fourth-largest local exchange carrier in America. Recently purchased Qwest Communications. Strengths include the financial position, residential services and pricing.

Comcast Business:

National Cable provider.  Offer cable phone and internet services, ethernet, hosted VoIP and PRI. The largest cable company in the United States.

Verizon:

Local, national & international voice and data service provider.The local phone company in parts of California and most of the East Coast. Strengths are Wireless and Enterprise level services.

TW Telecom:

National CLEC with service available in 75 markets and 30 states. Offers integrated T1, PRI, long-distance and dedicated internet access through T1, bonded T1 and fiber optics. Strengths include integrated T1 packages and dedicated internet access in fiber lit buildings.

MegaPath:

National Hosted VoIP and business phone and internet service provider.  A great option for small businesses to secure phone, internet and phone equipment at one low monthly rate.

Windstream:

National CLEC.  Offer multiple T1 based voice and data services, MPLS, Ethernet and Private Line services. Strengths include pricing and the Equipment for Services program.

Level 3:

National Tier One Internet provider, one of only six in the world.  Owns approximately 27,000 metropolitan route miles.  Backbone has been overbuilt with a new DWDM IP and private-line switching layers.

Customers include 18 of the world’s top 20 customers, 9 of the top 10 Internet service providers, 9 of the top 10 cable companies and the top 5 US wireless service providers. Strengths are data and IP services.

Integra Telecom:

CLEC in 10 western states.  Operates with regional offices and local management to offer the highest level of customer service. One of the few CLEC’s that offer POTS lines and DSL. Strengths include pricing, integrated T1’s and high-speed DSL.

Granite Telecommunications:

National POTS reseller and aggregator.  Has existing agreements with every major telephone service provider and can offer analogue phone service across the U.S.Customers include Burger King, Target Stores, Wal-Mart, The US Postal Service and Verizon Wireless. Strengths include one bill, from one provider, across the U.S, no contract is required.

Birch Communications:

National and international, tier one, internet service provider.  1500 buildings connected directly to Cogent’s IP backbone. Offer dedicated internet access, Ethernet, point to point and collocation services. Strengths include on-net pricing and SLA.

Cogent Communications:

National and international, tier one, internet service provider.  1500 buildings connected directly to Cogent’s IP backbone. Offer dedicated internet access, Ethernet, point to point and collocation services. Strengths include on-net pricing and SLA.

AireSpring:

National reseller of LEC and CLEC services. Offer tier one services at wholesale prices. Strengths include pricing and the ability to reroute traffic from one network to another if an outage occurs

BullsEye Telecom:

National reseller of voice and data services.  Single source provider to companies with multiple locations. Strengths include a broad range of services, simplified billing and pricing.

Nitel:

National wholesale internet service provider.  Offer dedicated internet access, private line, MPLS and metro Ethernet services. Strength is the ability to serve rural locations.

Global Crossing:

Global business voice and data service provider.  Service 40% of the Fortune 500 along with 700 carriers, mobile operators and internet service providers worldwide. Strengths include customer service and SIP.

Time Warner Cable:

Offer business phone and internet services over coaxial cable. Strengths include pricing and internet bandwidth.

AT&T:

Local, national and international voice and data service provider. Offer every telecommunications service from POTS to GigE speed Ethernet. Strengths are local service and Enterprise level services.

ACC Business:

A division of AT&T focused on small to midsized businesses, sold through agencies. Strengths include pricing and network.

Alteva:

Alteva delivers cloud-based Unified Communications solutions across all 50 states and four continents. It provides a reliable network, responsive and proactive customer service, and great value to customers in the industry.

Line Systems:

Regional Competitive Local Exchange Carrier.  Resells Verizon legacy, TDM services.  National MPLS and Hosted VoIP provider.

Sprint:

National voice and data service provider. Strengths include Wireless service pricing.

TelePacific:

CLEC in California and Nevada. Offer POTS lines, integrated and bonded T1 services. Strengths include integrated T1 services and pricing.

ATL:

Toll-Free RespOrg service provider.  Allows companies with significant toll-free traffic to act as their own RespOrg.  Allows a company to take advantage of Least Call Routing, Carrier Diversity and Disaster Recovery.

These companies are the leading companies in the telecom industry and working with us as suppliers. We also have more than 150+ small and medium label suppliers. Please see the list below.

CarrierBid Others Business Phone, Data, Voice and Internet Service Providers:

8×8Magna5
TowerstreamMasergy
Access PointMatrix
Advantix-Wireless OptimizationMDSL
Calero (owns Comview)Mediacom
Altice (Formerly Lightpath)Broadview Networks
AppiaMegaport
ArkadinMessagePro
Allstream (Owned by Zayo)Metro Optical Solutions
ArkyakaMettel
ArvigMitel
Cato NetworksMobile Iron Mobile Device Management
PhoenixNAPNavisite
ATL CommunicationsNetCarrier
AvayaNetrio
BCNNetWolves
BigLeaf NetworksNew Horizon Communications
PCCW GlobalPeak 10
Bluetone CommunicationsPax8
Brighthouse Networks (Known as Spectrum)NTT
Broadband DynamicsOneStream
Broadsky NetworksOpDecision
CallTowerPGi
CanpangoPhoenix Managed Networks
CCI Consolidated CommunicationsPilot Fiber
Digital Realty (Trust) aka DRT, TelxQTS
Charter (known as Spectrum)RackSpace
CloudCheckrRapidScale
CloudgenixRCN Business
CMC NetworksRedSkye911
Coeo SolutionsRenodis
EcessaRetarus
CologixRing Central
ColtRISC Networks
Sierra Wireless-BackupRise Broadband
Comview (Owned by Calero)Rocket Failover
Corporate IT Solutions-WDM, TEMRpost
CoxSADA Systems
CPI TelecomSAFEView
CrexendoSerenova
Crown Castle Fiber (Lightower and Fibernet Direct)ServerCentral
CyrusOneShaw Business
DataSiteShortel
DirecTVSingleHop
EarthLinksipIQ
EasyITSmart Choice
EquinixSplice
EvolveIPSprint
ExcedaSprint Wireless
eXcelerate360 (CMS360)Star2Star Communications
ExperioSuddenlink
FiberlightSynoptek
First CommunicationsTalkdesk
FirstLightTangoe
Five9Tata Communications
FlexentialTelefonica USA
Fonality-NetFortrisTelepacific
ForsytheTeleSoft (owned by MDSL)
Fortis Payment SystemsTelesystem
FreeConferenceCall.com for BusinessTeligistics
Freedom VoiceTelnes
FrontierTelstra (formerly Pacnet)
Fusion (Purchased Birch Communications)Thrive Networks
FuzeTierPoint
GenesysTime Warner Cable-(Known as Spectrum)
Global CapacityT-Mobile Wireless
GlobalgigTelepacific (known as TPx Communications)
Green CloudTouchTone
GTT (Formerly UNSi, Airband)TPx Communications (formerly Telepacific)
Hibernia NetworksTransBeam
HughesNetTruMobility
HyperCoreUnitas Global
Impact Telecom (formerly TNCI)UnitedLayer
inContact (NICE)US Signal
IntelepeerLiveOps
Intercall (Owned by West)Zayo
IntermediaViasat
iTelVigilant
JiveVonage (Telesphere)
JmarkVoxox
KlarrateeVoyant Communications (ANPI)
Logix Fiber NetworksWest (formerly WestIP)
LifeSizeWinBill/Telemanagement Technologies
Lightower (Now Crown Castle)
Liquid WebWOW Business

How we work with you through our carriers:

  1. Evaluate your current situation.
  2. Review all aspects of your project goals and business objectives.
  3. Design the networkcarrierbid suppliers
  4. Determine the supplier capabilities to meet the objectives.
  5. Negotiate to price.
  6. Negotiate contracts (or assist as desired).
  7. Order the services with the chosen carrier(s).
  8. Project manage the solution implementation.
  9. Verify carrier billing accuracy.
  10. Assist with trouble ticket escalation as needed.

After the project has been completed, we stay engaged with you and your IT team for the long-term to assist with moves, adds, changes (MAC’s), new site openings, technology upgrades, refreshes and other IT related projects and initiatives.

Our suppliers also partner with us to provide additional technical resources and personnel to support you for the duration of the engagement. Further, during the life of our partnership, we are labouring in continuous supplier pricing and contract improvement initiatives to enhance the value you’re receiving as a customer of CarrierBid and your chosen provider.

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