Agreement with TP-Link and NCTC Offers Best Product Prices and Access

NCTC and TP-Link have announced an agreement that will provide NCTC’s members with the best possible North American prices and premium access to its inventory of reliable networking devices and accessories. The deal is part of an established partnership that enables communications service providers to offer self-optimizing Wi-Fi, access controls, cyber-security and more.

The Independent Show 2022 featured the National Content & Technology Cooperative’s (NCTC) agreement, which encompasses a wide-range of TP-Link products, including the Deco4ISP and Omada business line solutions. While many are facing supply chain constraints, TP-Link has volume available now that is ready to ship, meaning NCTC’s members can access their products when they need them.

“TP-Link is a terrific NCTC partner. As the IoT, smart home technology and other developments drive an increasingly connected world, our members can use their Deco4ISP and Omada business line products to drive revenue and provide premium, high-speed coverage to virtually any setting or device,” said Steve Beardslee, NCTC VP of Video & Broadband Solutions. “By providing the best pricing on TP-Link products, our partnership better equips NCTC’s members’ customers with the right support and equipment to meet ever-evolving bandwidth needs.”

NCTC’s managed Wi-Fi service program lets operators offer products that provide complete, fast wireless coverage along with software support solutions to manage all facets of their Wi-Fi offerings. Member benefits from the NCTC program include:

  • Additional revenue through premium managed subscriber Wi-Fi services
  • End-to-end support for all TP-Link Wi-Fi products – from training and launch to marketing, maintenance and more
  • Access to world class services and apps that eliminate customer service representative (CSR) calls and truck rolls, cut down on escalations and reduce subscriber churn

“Since we embarked on our partnership with NCTC, the cooperation and openness with their members has been great,” said Sean Montgomery, Director of Sales & Systems Engineering at TP-Link. “Whether members want to improve their subscribers’ Wi-Fi, use our back-office solutions for their CSR teams or implement our products for other purposes, we’re here to help and have great availability to ship, train and support operators who wish to offer our solutions immediately.”

TP-Link has been recognized numerous times by J.D Power as #1 in Customer Satisfaction and consistently ranked by the analyst firm IDC as the leading provider of Wi-Fi devices, supplying distribution to more than 170 countries and serving billions of people worldwide.

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