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    Connecting people,

    the Smart way

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    Connect people globally,

    everywhere they are and provide the best quality and greate value.
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    Our vision is

    to develope a winning network of customers and
    suppliers, together we create mutual, enduring value.

welcome to Smartelcom communication.

about smartelcom
About Smartelcom
Smartelcom was founded in British Columbia, Canada. Inspired to be great, we are proud to have grown with our business for the last decade!
To Smartelcom, a decade means a vast amount of expertise gained through determination and involvement in the astonishing IT world.
By serving customers through outstanding service and highest possible value, Smartelcom became one of the most successful VoIP whole-sellers in its division.
Smartelcom is interconnected to some major telecom providers such as Verizon, MCI, AT&T, KPN and many Tier1 companies as well as numerous well-established domestic providers globally resulting millions of minutes of VoIP traffic being exchanged monthly.
In addition, our company offers hardware and software solutions for those who wish to start a VoIP business using top grade technology devices and solutions.
We consider ours partners as our only true assets and therefore we continuously try to serve them to perfection by our professional staff in all departments.
Traditionally, Smartelcom welcomes new ideas and appreciates the power of innovation and creativity. We also make our best efforts to stay up-to-date and use the latest technology.
Recognizing the value of good partnerships, Smartelcom is tirelessly looking to interconnect to new companies to explore opportunities to start a mutually productive trade.
Our Partners

MCI

Verizon

iBasis

Primustel

Speedflow

Quickcom

Free BSD




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