WeWork Brazil and WeWork Argentina Select net2phone as Their Preferred Hosted Voice Communications Provider

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SAO PAULO and BUENOS AIRES, ArgentinaAug. 16, 2017 /PRNewswire/ — WeWork Brazil and WeWork Argentina today named IDT/net2phone as their preferred partner for voice communications.

“We are delighted to have been selected by WeWork Brazil and WeWork Argentina as their preferred provider for voice communications,” said Daniel Londynski, Managing Director of IDT Latin America.  “Our hosted PBX service will provide WeWork with the key features and flexibility of enterprise communications systems at a fraction of the cost.  It’s an ideal solution for creative businesses that depend on collaboration and innovation.”

net2phone, a leading cloud based telephony provider, offers a full suite of voice over IP solutions to businesses and other organizations in BrazilArgentina and over 160 other countries around the world.  net2phone is a subsidiary of IDT Corporation, a global provider of communications and payment services.

“We are happy to work with IDT/net2phone to make its hosted PBX solution available to WeWork members in Brazil and Argentina. We are confident that anyone within our network who signs up with IDT/net2phone will get the best services provided by a dedicated support staff,” said Lucas Mendes, General Manager of WeWork Brazil.

WeWork is a platform for creators, providing more than 130,000 members around the world with space, community, and services through both physical and digital offerings. The company currently has 163+ physical locations in more than 52 cities and 16 countries around the world. WeWork’s innovative shared office spaces landed in Brazil last month, with the opening of WeWork Paulista in Sao Paulo, and in May this year in Argentina with Torre Bellini.  Before the end of 2017, WeWork will have four buildings in Sao Paulo, two in Rio de Janeiro, and two locations in Buenos Aires.  For more information, visit www.wework.com.

“net2phone looks forward to enhancing collaboration among WeWork’s clients, suppliers, partners and members with releases including a full suite of unified communication services such as messaging, collaboration, WebRTC, SMS, CRM integration, and more,” said Jonah Fink, President of net2phone.  “WeWork Argentina and WeWork Brazil are leading the way to create more innovative work spaces and communities in their respective countries.  We are proud that net2phone’s innovative communications services will be part of the WeWork experience.”

For more information on IDT/net2phone Brazil’s Hosted PBX offerings, visit: www.idtpabx.com.br.

For more information on IDT/net2phone Argentina’s Hosted PBX offerings, visit: www.net2phoneunlimited.com.ar.

About WeWork:
WeWork is the platform for creators. We provide beautiful workspace, an inspiring community, and meaningful business services to hundreds of thousands of members around the world. From startups and freelancers to small businesses and large corporations, our community is united by a desire for our members to create meaningful work and lead meaningful lives—to be a part of something greater than ourselves.

Co-founded by Adam Neumann and Miguel McKelvey in New York City in 2010, WeWork is a privately held company with over 2000 employees.

About net2phone:
net2phone, a leading cloud based telephony provider, offers a full suite of UCaaS solutions in over 160 countries.  net2phone routes millions of minutes daily over data networks, offering high quality voice services and saving consumers and businesses up to 90% off international calling rates.  For more information about net2phone’s products and services, please visit www.net2phone.com. net2phone is a subsidiary of IDT Corporation (NYSE: IDT).

 

 

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