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Q: Is it possible to get an extension on the due date?
A: I'm sorry, not at this point in time as there are several days left to submit proposals. Thanks for your interest.

Q: What term of contract will customer consider or wanting to see ? Verifying if the customer is looking for Point to point service between Hampton 76th street, and Family and Youth school on 84th st. Can you tell me # of DID on each PRI or group of 46 SIP trunks ? What locations are the PRI/SIP services at ? Speed ranges are 50m to 250M for Internet and Point to point service, is there any speed that the school is focused on ?
A: "What term of contract will customer consider or wanting to see ? Options for cost effective solutions are preferred. 3 year agreements may be acceptable so could a 1 year term with options for 2 extensions of 1 year. Verifying if the customer is looking for Point to point service between Hampton 76th street, and Family and Youth school on 84th st? Yes Can you tell me # of DID on each PRI or group of 46 SIP trunks? Please provide options, applicant is not currently using SIP, but needs to understand options and pricing. What locations are the PRI/SIP services at? PRI terminate at the 84th Street and 76th Street locations. Speed ranges are 50m to 250M for Internet and Point to point service, is there any speed that the school is focused on? Lower speeds to start, with room for growth.

Q: Help me with the details Please answering the questions listed below so I can put together an accurate proposal? 1. The number of Admin Users 2. The number of Classroom/Low Usage Users 3. The number of DIDís (Dial in Direct) 4. Do you have existing network set up for Hosted VoIP 5. How many Internet connections do you have servicing the 3 buildings 6. Do you want to use existing phones 7. What is the current phone model numbers 8. Do you have redundancy for your Internet in the event of an Internet fail
A: Please provide a proposal with pricing per the QTY requested, or of quantity 1. Evaluations will be performed by the school and if selected, additional details shall be provided. 1. The number of Admin Users - see ITB or 1 2. The number of Classroom/Low Usage Users - see ITB, or 1 3. The number of DID's (Dial in Direct) - see ITB, or 1 4. Do you have existing network set up for Hosted VoIP - Notcurrently using VoIP 5. Anticipated E-Rate discount (%) - NSLP participation > 75% 6. Do you want to use existing phones - see ITB / Yes 7. What is the current phone model numbers - Traditional 8. Do you currently have Hosted VoIP - No

Q: We have two types of users for line charges: Admin (users with over 250 minutes of local and long distance calls) Classroom and or a Low usage user with (less than 250 minutes of local and long distance calls). Help me with the details Please answering the questions listed below so I can put together an accurate proposal? 1. The number of Admin Users 2. The number of Classroom/Low Usage Users 3. The number of DIDís (Dial in Direct) 4. Do you have existing network set up for Hosted VoIP 5. Anticipated E-Rate discount (%) 6. Do you want to use existing phones 7. What is the current phone model numbers 8. Do you currently have Hosted VoIP
A: Please provide a proposal with pricing per the QTY requested, or of quantity 1. Evaluations will be performed by the school and if selected, additional details shall be provided. 1. The number of Admin Users - see ITB or 1 2. The number of Classroom/Low Usage Users - see ITB, or 1 3. The number of DID's (Dial in Direct) - see ITB, or 1 4. Do you have existing network set up for Hosted VoIP - Notcurrently using VoIP 5. Anticipated E-Rate discount (%) - NSLP particiapation > 75% 6. Do you want to use existing phones - see ITB / Yes 7. What is the current phone model numbers - Traditional 8. Do you currently have Hosted VoIP - No

Q: for your VoIP solution, are you looking to replace existing hard phones, are you interested in soft phones as well?
A: The applicant is looking at options for VoIP solutions. They may not move away from their traditional service.