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Blair Brookins Photo Blair Brookins
iTelNetworks, President

"Don't Bust Your Budget with Phone Costs!"

Listen to Briefing from 06/01/01 & Receive Handout

Blair Brookins is the president of iTelNetworks, a telecommunications consulting firm based in Atlanta. Blair has been in telecommunications for over nine years and has been a master agent for companies such as AT&T, Sprint, Cable & Wireless, Qwest, PowerNet Global and Bell South. Early in his telecom career while working with a company called Group Tel-Affinity, Blair realized the importance of telecommunications for all business owners. In order to create significantly lower rates for affinity businesses, Blair began to negotiate deep discounted programs from carriers and to offer these programs to the members of the organizations he represented. By using the buying power of the entire organization, Blair was able to offer discounts substantially lower than the market place had to offer. Blair currently works with over 50 association groups nationwide and offers a variety of telecommunications products and services such as voice, data, Internet and wireless.

Contact Information:

Blair Brookins
President, iTelNetworks
6145 Barfield Road, Suite 290
Atlanta, GA 30328
(v) 404-531-9915
(f) 404-531-9948

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