Locations: North Andover, MA | Boston, MA | Portsmouth, NH

Local & Long Distance Phone

Long Distance Phone

Fast, high-speed Internet and clear, crisp phone service are the lifelines of your business. I&T delivers reliable, fast business Internet service to suit small, medium or large companies in Boston, MA and throughout New England.

Our services include integrated T1 lines, VoIP (Voice over Internet Protocol), fiber, business ethernet, MPLS connections, point-to-point connections, email and spam filtering, and managed VPN.

I&T provides telecommunications services to more than 600 businesses throughout New England, including MA, CT, NH, RI, ME, VT and beyond. Our experienced IT consultants are based in N. Andover, MA and are trained to implement custom business Internet and phone service solutions.

We know how confusing and costly multiple telecom invoices and scattered expenses can be for a business. That’s why we offer all our services in one monthly invoice, to simplify your life, save you money, and streamline your record keeping.

A certified CLEC, Internet & Telephone is also an FCC certified long distance provider. We host more than 4,000 websites and complete more than 20 million minutes of business calls every month. We also provide business phone system installation.

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Managed IT Services

Managed IT Services

Network Security

This eBook is for you if:

  • Your business has specific security needs
  • You have never considered network security in the past
  • Your business holds sensitive and/or Personally Identifiable Information
  • You’d like to learn how to defend against hacking
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