ULAP Networks adds South Korea to Smart Cloud

ULAP Networks adds South Korea to Smart Cloud

Ying Joo | Published 28th Nov 2022

ULAP Networks now has a full point-of-presence in South Korea, totalling 78 countries where we offer full PSTN replacement and a range of voice services in 113 countries. The addition of South Korea is aligned with our goal to expand our geographic coverage map to meet telephony requirements of multinational enterprises who are increasingly adopting services worldwide.

As global intelligent solutions become the norm for enterprises, it becomes increasingly important for us to add more countries to our coverage map. This ensures our ability to meet world-class connectivity standards, especially in growing economies in APAC and Indo-China region.

Our services allow enterprises to have reliable and highly-available voice services that we are able to fully manage and support end-to-end. We secure licenses and work with the regulatory requirements to ensure the ease of this process.

Regardless of where your enterprise is located, we ensure you’ll benefit from our secure network with full voice capabilities with all connections in a single, combined bill.

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