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Tap into Your Peers’ Experience and Join the Telecom-Talk Forum

Some of the best ideas and most practical solutions come from talking with fellow telecom managers. Take a look at recent conversations on the Telecom-Talk listserv.

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But all telecom managers today are pressed for time so finding and using networking opportunities is a tough challenge.  And that’s exactly where Voice Report’s online forum, Telecom-Talk, can help.

Telecom-Talk is a free service for all telecom managers. And when you’re a member, you’ll join an active community of telecom managers seeking – and giving – advice on a host of tough issues across a diverse range of topics.  Plus, as a forum member, you'll have access to a searchable archive of all discussion threads, making it a valuable reference tool you'll have at your fingertips.

And the best part is that the straightforward, unvarnished insight you’ll get – and give – comes from telecom veterans that understand you and the day-to-day challenges you face. 

So don’t delay, join now and get a jump start on making yourself more efficient, effective and productive than ever.

Don't take our word for it:

"Telecom-Talk supplies me with information on a broad spectrum of topics from a wide variety of sources.  Most importantly, this information comes from people that actually use or have used the products instead of the usual sales fluff."
-- Ray Garcia, Director, Telecommunications Administration & Network Infrastructure, Pacer International

"Telecom-Talk has a mix of users ranging from novice to those who have been in the field for a long time. When you need help; there are always several people listening and who are there to provide you with assistance.  Voice Report and Telecom-Talk are valuable resources that I would not want to be without."
-- Marci Sauro, Telecommunications Manager, Education Development Center