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PHILADELPHIA, PA – June 4, 2013 – Alteva (NYSE MKT:  ALTV), a premier provider of hosted Unified Communications as a Service ( UCaaS), continues to expand its industry-leading UCaaS services national footprint via its new channel partner, Affordable Communications Inc . As one of the largest PBX dealers in Nevada, Affordable Communications will offer Alteva’s award-winning UCaaS solution to its vast customer base, ranging from single to large multi-site retailers, medical and financial service groups, and restaurant and hospitality chains.

“We evaluated the premier UCaaS providers and selected Alteva for their complete solution and their focus on multi-location businesses and mobile device and tablet integration,” comments Randy Dell, President of Affordable Communications Inc. “This comprehensive approach and Alteva’s extraordinary customer care and support made the decision easy.”

As part of Alteva’s suite of Unified Communications-as-a-Service (UCaaS) solutions, Affordable Communications will provide best-in-class UCaaS services to its full range businesses, including VoIP systems that can be configured to meet the exacting needs of Affordable’s customers. Alteva’s UCaaS allows for the configuration of a hosted PBX system to utilize PRI’s, VoIP technology and SIP Trunking services, which enables unmatched communications continuity, scalability and increased call control. Other key benefits include vendor/phone bill consolidation and premium VoIP equipment.

“Partnering with Affordable Communications is a progressive step for growing Alteva as we expand our UCaaS presence across the country,” states Bill Birnie, CMO of Alteva. “We’re looking forward to working with Affordable Communications and continuing to strengthen our market share and expansion.”

To learn more about Alteva, visit You can also follow Alteva  on Twitter @AltevaInc or call 877-258-3821.

For more information on Affordable Communications, visit

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