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Switching from legacy DSL to Fusion

Posted: Thu Feb 16, 2012 3:40 am
by saccsf
We are a 501(c)(6) non-profit with three AT&T voice lines and Sonic.net legacy DSL on one of them. I know we can switch the first two lines over to a two-line Fusion broadband, but can the third voice line be switched over to Fusion as well?

In terms of billing, we are being invoiced month-to-month for Sonic.net DSL and submit payment by mail. Is it possible to retain this same accounting arrangement with Fusion?

Re: Switching from legacy DSL to Fusion

Posted: Thu Feb 16, 2012 7:18 am
by dane
You could switch two of the lines to Fusion, as you note. The third could be left with AT&T, or moved to a voice over IP carrier. What do you use the three lines for?

Fusion billing is credit or debit card only, I'm afraid. This keeps costs down and allows complete automation, and is part of the reason the Fusion product is so well priced.

Re: Switching from legacy DSL to Fusion

Posted: Thu Feb 16, 2012 7:45 am
by saccsf
The office staff of five uses the first two lines for voice communications and the third line for voice/fax use.

Re: Switching from legacy DSL to Fusion

Posted: Thu Feb 16, 2012 8:14 am
by dane
saccsf wrote:
The office staff of five uses the first two lines for voice communications and the third line for voice/fax use.


As long as the third one is not part of a hunt group/rollover configuration, you can just leave it with AT&T.

Not also we provide free Fax sending and reception now, but the number would be a new assignment. See the Labs section of the Member Tools.

-Dane