Converged services vendor Integra5 today announced that Canadian triple-play provider Westman Communications Group has deployed its i5 Converged Services Platform (i5 CSP) and TV Caller ID application.

Westman, the first operator in Canada’s Manitoba province to offer the service, is launching the application to add value to, and to increase the uptake of, its new Westman Home Phone telephony service, as well as to promote its triple-play bundle.

Integra5’s i5 CSP 

Integra5’s i5 CSP

Subscribers of its triple-play package of phone, digital cable TV and high-speed Internet services will automatically receive TV Caller ID, while subscribers of Westman Home Phone and digital cable TV services can also get the application for an additional $5 per month.

Westman provides a range of services to residential and enterprise customers over a fiber-optic network, including: digital cable TV, high-speed Internet, HD programming, VOD and DVR, as well as advertising and Web hosting services.

Westman Home Phone marks the company’s first telephony offering, with flat-rate local and long-distance plans and popular calling features.

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