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UniVoIP Nonprofit Communication Assistance Program
Upgrading your organization to a Cloud-based VoIP Communication Solution has never been easier. Boost productivity and collaboration with a Unified Communication Solution – with no upfront cost.
The perfect solution for budget-conscious organizations wanting to optimize collaboration amongst all stakeholders including donors, on-site and remote staff, volunteers, partners and the community. Read about all the features that will double your productivity.
The California Teleconnect Fund (CTF) is a program run by the California Public Utilities Commission (CPUC) that provides a 25% off voice services and a 50% discount for broadband on select communication services, schools, libraries,hospitals, nonprofit organizations, and about 7,000 Community Based Organizations (CBOs).
The Schools and Libraries program, also known as the E-rate program, makes telecommunications and information services more affordable for schools and libraries in America. Mandated by Congress in 1996 and implemented by the FCC in 1997, the E-rate provides discounted telecommunications, Internet access, and internal connections to eligible schools and libraries, funded by the Universal Service Fund.
Nonprofit organizations required to open an RFP with multiple providers when choosing a new communications platform can avoid the long and expensive bidding process and qualify for special pricing. Bypass the traditional RFP route and get a unified messaging system faster without skirting any regulatory requirements.
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