Under the deal, TowerStream will sell Vonage-powered IP telephony services to business customers in New York City, Los Angeles, Chicago, San Francisco, Boston and the greater Providence and Newport, R.I. areas.
TowerStream will pipe the service via its pre-WiMax platform, and, because it will be offered to business customers, will complement it with service level agreements (SLAs).
"This collaboration will serve as the clearest example of the symbiotic relationship between VoIP and wireless broadband over the last mile," said TowerStream COO Jeff Thompson, in a release.
Elsewhere, Vonage said it will begin sending VoIP Enhanced 911 kits and introduce E911 services by mid-August.
Vonage is launching E911 support in partnership with TeleCommunication Systems (TCS), which will soon follow up with customers to collect relevant PSAP (Public Safety Answering Points) data.
Vonage and other VoIP service providers are turning up E911 in order to comply with a federal deadline.