Loop Communications provides hosted business phone systems in Charlotte, N.C., and the surrounding areas including Concord, Huntersville, Cornelius, Mooresville, Matthews, Ballantyne, Gastonia and more. As Loop Communications is headquartered in Charlotte, we are focused on providing small businesses in the community with excellent business phone systems.
Charlotte Business Phone System Features
Our Charlotte-area customers benefit from Loop’s standard features, including:
- Unlimited Calling
- No Phone System Maintenance
- Multiple Office Support — Direct dial between offices
- Customized Call Routing
- Voicemail to Email
- Fax to Email
- Area codes available: 704, 980
- See all business phone system features
Why Choose Loop?
- Charlotte-owned Company
- Passionate Support
- No Long-Term Contract
- Save 40 – 60 percent per month
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- Charlotte Business Journal | Charlotte Telecommunications
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About Charlotte, North Carolina
Charlotte is the largest city in North Carolina with a greater metro population over 2.3 million. Charlotte is home to multiple professional sports teams including the Carolina Panthers (NFL) and Charlotte Hornets (NBA), as well as minor league hockey and baseball teams, Charlotte Motor Speedway and the NASCAR Hall of Fame. Charlotte is the second largest banking center in the United States and home to seven fortune 500 companies, including Bank of America, Lowe’s, Duke Energy, Nucor, Sonic Automotive, Sealed Air and Domtar.
Charlotte’s vibrant and growing economy has it listed as one of the best places for business and careers, according to Forbes. We’re proud to call it home.
Some of our favorite Charlotte places
Brian: Famous Toastery in Davidson
We have been going for breakfast since it opened in 2005. My favorites are the Avocado Omelette and Southwestern Omelette.
Great food – cheese dip, margaritas and beer!
On Saturday mornings year round, you can find an amazing selection of local food. The open air building on the right as you drive in is all local folks. You’ll find local folks in the other 2 buildings on that side as well.
Carnivore? Visit Underwood Family Farms in the all local building for beef, lamb, pork, veal, and certified organic raw milk, Windy Hill Farm for beef, lamb, chicken, duck, turkey, and pork, Grateful Growers Farm for pork, the list goes on. Underwood Family Farms has great bratwurst, Italian sausage, and fresh chorizo! Most of the meat folks take pre-orders.
Vegetarian? Visit Nise’s Herbs, A Way of Life Farm, Laughing Owl Farm, Tega Hills Farm, and all the other great vegetable farmers you can find year round or seasonally. If you’re a hot pepper fan, Nise’s has an awesome selection in the late summertime. You can find hard to find items like Jerusalem artichokes and horseradish with Laughing Owl Farms too! Tega Hills Farm has a wonderful selection of hydroponically grown lettuces, shoots, and other vegetables. Their Lolla Rossa and Greek Oakleaf lettuces are my go to salad blend.
Pescarian? Lucky Fish and Fish On Seafood Company are the ones to visit. Fish On had monkfish one Saturday morning. I bought flounder, I have a three-year-old.
Cheese Lover? Visit Uno Alla Volta Cheese for fresh mozzarella, ricotta, burrata, cottage cheese, butter, marinated feta, and goat cheeses. They do seasonal ricotta flavors. I may or may not be guilty of just eating their Mexican Chocolate Ricotta by the spoonful. Bosky Acres is a local goat cheese vendor with awesome options too!
Most of the folks I mentioned have e-mail lists, websites, or Facebook pages where you can get updates.
You can also find locally made pasta sauces, salsa, fresh roasted coffee, and more. It really is a great place to visit on a Saturday morning, just go early especially in the spring and summer!