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QUINCY, MASS. – JUNE 29, 2021 | Granite Telecommunications, LLC, a leading provider of communications solutions to businesses and governmental agencies throughout North America, today announced a wholesale agreement with Cox Business to deliver competitive local telephone service that benefits Granite’s customers utilizing Cox’s network.

Granite, which is known for its customer-driven solutions that help small and medium businesses (SMBs), government agencies and Fortune 100 companies grow, said the agreement was a win for customers that need cost competitive, local telephone services for mission-critical operations, including sales, service, payments, specialty, fire and emergency lines.

This agreement enables Granite to deliver voice services to customers using Cox’s state-of-the-art network. Cox Business, a part of Cox Communications, is a leading broadband company and cable operator serving more than 6.5 million customers in 18 states with a multitude of voice, video and data connectivity solutions.

Rand Currier, COO of Granite Telecommunications LLC released the following statement:

“Granite delivers unmatched customer service, and our ability to quickly and seamlessly connect customer locations across multiple states brings competition and value to the marketplace.

“We are excited to expand our relationship with Cox Business, which understands the important role local phone services play for business customers looking to grow and maintain price stability. In markets served by Cox, Granite has strengthened its ability to deliver affordable communications products, tailored to fit our customers’ diverse needs.”

Jay Clark, Vice President, Carrier Sales and Operations Cox Business, released the following statement:

“This new service platform enables Granite to continue assisting customers in their growth by offering reliable and cost-effective voice services. This expands our collaboration with Granite to meet and exceed our mutual customers’ expectations.”

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