Telecom Consulting Group (TCG) Becomes Master Agent Partner of Viasat Business Internet Services
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"Business customers are looking for more high-speed bandwidth options — across both rural and urban areas," said Dan Pirigyi, partner, TCG. "With more business applications moving to the cloud, a backup internet connection is becoming the standard. Using
"TCG agents can now sell broadband services to their customers whenever cable or fiber is out of reach," said
Installation typically takes place within three to five days of ordering, giving business customers the ability to quickly deploy and use
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TCG is one of the largest master agencies in the U.S. and has been in business for over 28 years. With over 3,000 agents nationwide, TCG specializes in Hosted VoIP, SIP, Metro Ethernet, Internet delivered over coaxial cable, Integrated T1s, Dynamic T1s, Local Dial Tone, Long Distance, DSL, Internet T1s, MPLS, Disaster Recovery, Virtual Server, and many other Cloud Solutions. TCG offers higher commission payouts without quotas, they pass through all of the bonuses they receive, and have evergreen commissions, which are the reasons they're so successful. TCG is focused on the success of their agents using a hands-on approach. www.tcg-partners.com
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