If you work for a large company with many locations, spread across a wide geographical area, your company’s business phone lines (POTS) lines are probably supplied by a number of different carriers. The result of that could be a slew of phone bills. Managing those bills could wreak havoc on your company’s accounts payable department.
POTS Aggregators have relationships with the various incumbent phone companies that service different regions of the country. They’re able to supply all your POTS lines on one bill and offer one point of contact.
If you’re considering moving your business lines to a Business Phone Line Bill Aggregator, you’ll want to understand the migration process.
Below is a list of steps that we’ve experienced helping clients through the transition:
If you’re considering business phone line bill consolidation, contact CarrierBid.
CarrierBid offers one-stop-shop, since we work with all the different aggregators. We have the experience and know how to make the process as smooth as possible and help you avoid potential pitfalls. CarrierBid does not charge a fee or add to the cost of the POTS service. In fact, typically we bring the costs down through our RFP (Request for a Proposal) process.