On Sept. 2, 2015 Switch Communications announced that it has joined with Sprint to offer Switch, the unified communications system for businesses. Switch unleashes the productivity potential of mobility, a key factor in attracting millennials and supporting BYOD (Bring Your On Device) preferences among employees. Switch is location-neutral and cloud-based, providing voice, video, messaging and presence on any device from desktop to mobile with native apps for iOS and Android.
Sprint’s expertise in mobility, together with its award-winning deployment and support services, give customers who are ready to revamp their communications strategy, a clear technology roadmap at a low, predictable cost. Together, Switch and Sprint provide a comprehensive mobile solution built for the modern worker with flexible and simple cloud-based solutions to fuel on-the-go productivity. he result is something that Sprint and Switch are calling a “soft bundle” mobile workplace solution. For $15 per seat per month, businesses can have Sprint set up the Switch application on devices, which will provide unlimited domestic calling and text.
Switch Communications, Inc., is a provider of unified communications, collaboration and productivity tools for work, built by the teams that brought Google Voice and Yahoo! Voice to tens of millions of users. Previously known as Firespotter Labs, Switch Communications’ core products include Switch, the business-grade phone system for Google Apps (launched February 2015), and UberConference, the leading teleconferencing and productivity tool (launched May 2012). Switch Communications is funded by Amasia, Andreessen Horowitz, Felicis Ventures, Google Ventures, Softbank and Work-Bench
You can find more information about Switch and Sprint’s on Yahoo Finance.