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Windstream Integrated Solutions combine voice, data and Internet services over a cost-effective single connection.

LITTLE ROCK, Ark. – Windstream (NASDAQ: WIN) announces the expansion of its converged communications services to Omaha, Neb. Windstream’s Integrated Solutions combine voice, data and Internet services over the same connection for maximum value and flexibility.

The Windstream Integrated Solutions product is a fully managed business phone system and Internet solution that provides everything a business needs: equipment, installation, maintenance, support, updates and more. It provides a converged communications solution that combines voice services and Internet over a single IP connection utilizing a customer’s existing phone system, therefore eliminating the expense of purchasing new equipment.

“As with all of our next-generation data products, Windstream strives to develop advanced business solutions at an affordable price,” said Don Perkins, vice president of business marketing. “We’re excited to be offering a cost-effective alternative to traditional voice and Internet services in Omaha.”

Windstream VoIP solutions deliver affordable local voice, long distance and Internet access, all over Windstream’s reliable state-of-the-art IP network. Customers will benefit from significant cost savings, increased productivity, easy communications management, and the flexibility businesses need with Windstream Integrated Solutions. Plus customers get everything on one bill and have a single point of contact for service.

For more information about Windstream’s converged communication solutions, or any of Windstream’s next-generation data services, visit

For the latest news, events and information on advanced communication services, follow @WindstreamBiz on Twitter or Windstream Business on Facebook.

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