Communications are getting less expensive for emerging businesses based at the American Underground.

Bandwidth, a provider of telecommunications services, and Yealink, which provides Internet Protocol-based communications, are offering complimentary services to companies located in the business startup hub at the American Tobacco Historic District.

The service package is built around a cloud-based Voice over Internet Protocol and Internet package called Phonebooth.

“American Underground is a center for innovation and entrepreneurialism in this market. We love the energy of the space and the incredible environment they’ve created for startups,” said Chief Marketing Officer Noreen Allen. “At Bandwidth, we see the potential for startups to do revolutionary things—both in this market and around the globe. As they grow and succeed, we’re proud to stand beside them, fueling that potential with innovative products and services.”

Bandwidth recently relocated its headquarters to former Red Hat space at North Carolina State’s Centennial Campus from Cary.