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Avaya to give free services to people impacted by Hurricane Laura

Friday 28 August 2020 | 11:02 CET | News
Avaya said it is giving a free 60-day trial to Avaya Spaces for people in areas potentially impacted by Hurricane Laura. It will also give 90-day complimentary remote access licenses for its Contact Center and Unified Communications services. For businesses, the company is providing short term, pay-as-you-go offers for CPaaS cloud-based IVR and mass notifications.

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