Texas-based Stream continues to expand its service offerings with the launch of Stream Digital Voice, which aims to bridge the gap between a user’s home phone line and mobile line.
The essential services provider unveiled Stream Digital Voice at Ignition 2016, its annual salesforce conference held this month in Dallas. The theme of this year’s event—Evolution—is a nod to Stream’s ongoing transition from energy provider to direct selling company with a growing line of services. Under its Connected Home concept, the company has thus far added Mobile Services, Protective Services and Home Services to its flagship energy offerings.
“At Stream we listen carefully to the wants and needs of our customers, as they are our number one priority,” said Larry Mondry, who joined Stream as President and CEO in February. “We feel strongly that our new Home Services line, which includes Stream Digital Voice, will help our customers stay connected to their homes, wherever they are. Our newest service offering is a continuation of our company’s progression toward becoming a full-service provider of essential services.”
To take advantage of the new service, customers can choose from three equipment packages, starting at $99.99. The service requires a Digital Voice HUB or Internet phone adapter, but users can upgrade to the AIR wireless and Bluetooth adapter or BRIDGE remote phone jack. Features include three-way conference calling, voicemail-to-email and low-cost international calls. Users also can take their home phone on the go with the Stream Digital Voice app, which enables unlimited calls and app-to-app calling anywhere in the world.