Profile: Teliphone Corp (TLPH.PK)
22 Jul 2014
Teliphone Corp. (Teliphone), incorporated on March 2, 1999, is a telecommunications company engaged in the business of providing broadband telephone services utilizing voice over Internet protocol, (VoIP) technology platform, as well as re-selling traditional voice and data services of Tier-1 telecommunications providers to the customers. Teliphone offers the products and services to customers utilizing its VoIP technology platform to residential voice, data and television service and business voice and data services. The Company’s technology consists of software programming and specific hardware configurations. On April 1, 2011, it merged the operations of the Company and its owned subsidiary, Teliphone Inc., through an assignment of assets and liabilities. On May 31, 2011, it sold the entire interest in Teliphone Inc., along with some early-stage mobile call processing technology and various supplier liabilities to YEURB Investments. On December 31, 2011, the Company acquired all of the assets and liabilities of the New York Telecom Exchange Inc. On December 11, 2012, the Company acquired Teliphone Navigata-Westel Inc. In February 2013, it completed a share purchase agreement through an acquisition of Titan Communications Inc. In February 2013, it completed a share purchase agreement through an acquisition of the Cloud-Phone Inc. of Calgary. In June 2013, Teliphone Corp acquired Next Layer Inc.
The Company’s offering of services occurs over a combination of telecommunications platforms, such as the data connection provided is rented by it from a Tier-1 provider who has network access in the geographical area of the customer. The Company then offers voice and television services utilizing its technology over this data connection. Similar to the residential product and service offering, business customers generally purchase larger volume and more robust, commercial grade equipment that when coupled with its multiple services offering, complete the needs. Residential voice, data and television service accounted for approximately 10% of the revenue the Company generated during the year ended September 30, 2011. Business voice and data service accounted for approximately 90% of the revenue it generated during 2011.
The Company competes with Bell Canada, Rogers, Videotron, Skype and Magic Jack.
1555 Alberni Street
VANCOUVER BC V6G 1A5