Commtel has the solution for that irritating weak cell phone signal. Whether at home or at the office Commtel can eliminate your low-bar problem with a cell phone signal booster.
We eliminate dropped and missed calls and boost voice, text and 4G LTE data for all major cellular carriers on all mobile devices from homes to large industrial buildings.
Commtel Communications is an authorized Reseller and Installer for SureCall. With SureCall you can expect your cell phone to work whenever and wherever you need it.
WE CAN BOOST ALL MAJOR CARRIERS, INCLUDING:
Grandstream | Yealink | Yeastar | Ericsson LG | Toshiba | Panasonic | Norstar Meridian | Avaya | Business Telephone Systems
Hosted Voice | Traditional Business Phone Systems | Voice-Data Network Cabling | VoIP PBX Systems | Broadband Internet | Security Cameras
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The iPECS eMG80 Hybrid platform includes advanced VoIP technology supporting low-cost SIP trunking, mobile integration, remote connectivity and multi-site networking. It also supports the Digital Phone technology too.
Highly featured straight out of the box without expensive license options- Voicemail, auto-attendant, voicemail to email, smartphone integration, on-demand call recording and much more..
You can choose to use either the IP phones or Digital sets, it's up to you.
Commtel Communications has been selling, installing and servicing these systems since the early 1990's. Thus, our staff has extensive experience with these systems. And as such, we still have product distribution lines available
There are still a great many Norstar Meridian and Toshiba digital phone systems in use all throughout Southern California, we know, we installed many of them. It is true that most of the original dealers have abandoned the technology or they have simply gone out of business.
So, if you are not ready to upgrade to the new VoIP systems and wish to keep using your existing Legacy system, we would be glad to assist you in maintaining them.
Session Initiation Protocol (SIP) has become the common signaling standard for real-time communications for Voice over Internet Protocol (VoIP). SIP is an open-standard, which enables our customers to seamlessly connect existing Customer Premise Equipment (CPE) with our carrier-class voice network.
Our SIP Trunks work with all IP PBX, Legacy, and Hybrid phone systems.
Commtel has the right solution for you!
Engineering • Sales • Installation • Service
Hybrid IP/Digital Phone Systems
• WiFi Phone Sets
• No Trunk Licensing
• Blue Tooth Enabled
• No Extension Licensing
• Mobile Cell Phone Extension
• Web-based Administration and Maintenance
• Solid State Circuitry - No Hard Drives to Fail
• High-Power Long-Range Cordless Phone Sets
• Supports: VoIP | SIP Trunks | T1 PRI | Analog POTS Lines
• Gateway Controllers
• Point-to-Point Systems
• Bandwidth Aggregators
• High Powered Access Points
Connectivity Now Possible Everywhere
• Long-Range Non-Line-of-Site Bridges
• Range Extenders
• Professional Indoor/Outdoor Access Points
• Secure Gateway Routers
Industrial • Public Safety • Multi-Story Buildings • Hospitality • Residential
High Power Long-Range Cordless Phones
If you're not using a High-Powered Cordless Phones in you're facility then your missing out on one of the best time savers, production enhancers, and customer service tools that money can buy.
Whether you are using an Enterprise Digital system from the 1990's or a brand new IP system, we can provide your company with the necessary portable phone set for any environment.
• Long-Range/Maximum Power
• Secure Multi-Frequency Hopping
• 6 Hours Talk-Time battery
• Up to 50 Hours Standby battery
• Up to 12 Floors in a multi-story building
• 250,000 square foot Warehouse
• 3,000 Acre open area
• Push-to-Talk Broadcast
• Speaker phone capability
• Independent Two-Way Intercom
• 2.5mm Headset Jack
Broadband Internet Sales and Service
Having a strategic partnership with over 114 National and Local Broadband Internet providers coupled with our close to 30 years of hands-on knowledge of your physical location's available infrastructure gives us unparalleled insight to offer the best solution for your location, application, and budget.
Many business owners are simply not aware of who or what provider is available for their very specific geographical location. Broadband Internet solutions can vary even within a business complex or from street to street.
It doesn't cost you any more to have us find the right provider. We can, in most caes, negotiate a better price for the proper product at the level of service that you need.
Cable • FiberOpic • Point-to-Point Microwave • Copper T-1 • Satellite
NO TRUNK OR EXTENSION LICENSING
Commtel sells, installs, and services a wide range of VoIP PBX solutions in the greater Corona-Norco area.
These solutions are designed with the small, medium, and large-sized enterprises in mind, supporting from 2 up to 2000 users and all built using the very latest technologies.
We can connect to Analog PSTN Trunks, T1/PRI, ISDN BRI, SIP Trunks and Cellular Networks, or any combination you require.
With an out-of-the-box standard 3 to 5-year manufacturers warranty and free Software/Firmware upgrades for the life of the of the IP PBX Server, you simply cannot find a more cost effective or intelligent solution.
No buzzing fans to collect dust and absolutely no out-of-date hard-drives to wear out and crash, just the latest in CPU technology. So, what does this mean? It means that this solution should be your number one choice to upgrade your companies communications, for now, and into the future.
Monday - Friday 8am to 5pm Pacific Time
Commtel is Licensed to sell, Install, repair and consult throughout all of California in reference to the following products and services: VoIP, VoIP PBX, Hosted VoIP, On-Premises IP PBX systems, SIP Trunks, Hosted VoIP, Legacy Phone Systems, such as Nortel, Norstar, Meridian. Included are Cell Phone Boosters, WiFi systems, Long-Range Cordless Phones, and Broadband Internet. In addition, Commtel Communications can assist you in obtaining the proper lease for your new Business Phone System. We are a California company, servicing all of California, encompassing, but not limited to the greater Corona and Norco, CA area.
Corona-Norco VoIP Business Telephone Systems Sales and Service
VoIP PBX Phone Systems
Commercial Grade SIP Trunks
Nortel and Toshiba Legacy Digital Phone Systems
Cell Phone Booster
Indoor/Outdoor WiFi Networks
For your enjoyment, we offer this brief chronological history of communications for the cities of Corona and Norco, California.
We believe that in order to fully understand the present and prepare for the future we must know our past.
Whats in a name?
Corona, or South Riverside as it was originally called, was incorporated back in 1896. Norco was first known as North Corona and it was incorporated in 1964.
Early Map Changes
The area that was to become the cities of Corona and Norco was originally located within the boundaries of the County of Los Angeles- this was way back in the year 1850. Then in 1853, the County of San Bernardino was formed which included the land of the future cities of Riverside, Corona, and Norco.
In 1883, the new city of Riverside was incorporated. Then, on May 9th 1893 the County of Riverside was officially formed making the City of Riverside its county seat. This new county included the area that would become the cities of Corona and Norco.
The Telephone Companies
Beginning on March the 19th 1888, the Sunset Telephone and Telegraph Company installed the first telephone and telegraph lines for the greater Riverside city area. This company was given the right to erect and maintain a telephone network throughout the city of Riverside, which included the areas known as South Riverside (Corona) and North Corona (Norco).
On December 26th, 1890, the Sunset Telephone Company bought the San Diego Telephone Company lines and switching equipment, thus making the San Francisco based Telephone Company the largest in the state.
During this time, the Sunset Company announced that they would build a Long Distance Telephone line from San Diego to Los Angeles, connecting all other exchanges along the way. This included the Riverside network, which would allow customers to make long distance calls throughout most of Southern California.
In 1903, the Corona Home Telephone and Telegraph Company was being organized to make use of a telephone company franchise that was recently sold. On December 6th, 1905, the Corona Home Telephone and Telegraph Company was in operation.
It was during this time that both Corona Home and Sunset Telephone Companies were in direct competition with each other. The problem was that these two companies were not interconnected to one another.
If you subscribed to the Corona Home Telephone network and your neighbor across the street was a Sunset customer, trying to call them on the phone was a big NO-CAN- DO.
On July the 19th 1906, the Union Home Telephone and Telegraph Company of Los Angeles purchased several of the Home Telephone and Telegraph Companies assets throughout California.
This included the Corona-Norco area of service. However, the Corona Home Telephone Company continued to operate as a leaser to the Union Company. This, of course, just added more confusion to the mix.
On September 30th, 1915, the city of Corona filed a complaint against the Pacific Telephone and Telegraph Company (formerly the Sunset Telephone and Telegraph Company), the United States Long Distance Telephone and Telegraph Company, Corona Home Telephone and Telegraph and the Corona Union Telephone and Telegraph Company citing inadequacy of service and unreasonable rates.
The governing body conducting the investigation was the California Railroad Commission (the forefather of the Public Utilities Commission).
The commission found that the two Long Distance companies were not involved in so much as they were only providing long-distance services. Subsequently, the complaint against those two companies was dismissed. However, the Corona Home and Corona Union Telephone companies had to answer to the charges.
I am going to spare you the particulars about who was leasing what service from whom and why and who was really trying to set the usage rates for all involved and what finally happened. The only reason I bring all this up is to make a point: the point being, the more things change, the more they remain the same and history repeats itself.
Not too far into future came the great equalizer-the Pacific Telephone and Telegraph Company of Nevada, a subsidiary of the American Telephone and Telegraph Company (AT&T) which would become the parent company for all of the Bell Systems, or baby Bells.
Eventually, Pacific Bell took over and while the branding has changed a few times over the years, it's still the same parent company, good 'ole AT&T.
Prior to the building craze, begining in the 1980's, the residences and businesses of Corona and Norco received their phone service from Pacific Bell via the Central Office located on 6th Street in Corona. In the early years, 1947 to be exact, the area code was 213. Then in 1951, everything south of Los Angeles to the Mexican Border and up to the North end of Mono County via the backside of the Sierra Nevada's was 714. Then in 1992, the Corona and Norco area code was changed to 909. That lasted until July the 17th 2004 when the area code was finally changed to 951.
Thank you for visiting. I hope that you found this brief glimpse of history highlighting the role of telephone and radio communications for the Corona and Norco area interesting.
Commtel Communications maintains an extensive library of technical history and events for the Southern California territory. While this information is deemed to be accurate, it is by no means to be considered a scholarly reference.