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Broadband Customers Fork Out GBP6 Million Calling For Help

2009 has been another flourishing year for the broadband industry, with consumers spending a whopping GBP2.6 billion on their service. And yet a survey of over 12,000 customers reveals that all is not well in broadband-land when it comes to getting help when things go wrong. Only 1 in 2 broadband customers (55%) are satisfied with the technical support offered by their broadband company and nearly GBP6 million a year is spent calling technical helplines.

In fact, a staggering 16 million calls are made to technical support lines every year, with calls lasting an average of 17 minutes. However, while a number of broadband firms now offer free calls to technical support, at least 1 in 3 customers (36%) still face charges of up to 10p per minute, on top of a 9p call set-up fee, costing up to GBP1.75 for the average phone call.

According to the uSwitch.com survey, nearly six million broadband customers have called for technical help over the last year, with network connection problems cited as the most common complaint – when a broadband service fails to work or is frequently cut off.

General service interruptions are a common complaint for over one million customers, and a further million have reported problems with their wireless router. Customers usually have to call technical helplines at least twice to fix the same problem – just 4 out of 10 customers (41%) have successfully resolved a problem in just one call.

Table 1

Main reasons for calling technical support

1. Network connection problems (37%)
2. Service interruptions (18%)
3. Wireless router problems (17%)
4. Set-up problems (8%)
5. Issues with speed (6%)
6. Other / don’t know (14%)

Source: uswitch.com

Shockingly, customers spend over a third of their time on the phone waiting to be put through to an advisor. On the average 17 minute call customers report being left waiting on hold for six minutes. There are significant differences in call wait times between the broadband companies: O2, which came top for technical support in the survey with 75% satisfied, keeps customers waiting an average of two minutes to speak to an advisor, while TalkTalk, with 56% satisfied, keeps customers waiting an average of 12 minutes. Orange and Tiscali customers were the least satisfied with technical support with scores of 42% and 47% respectively.

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New Satellite Broadband Services for Military Personnel and Defense Contractors

TS2 Satellite Technologies company is introducing new satellite link products to the international market. These types of telecommunication products are mainly used by the companies that execute contracts in the Middle East and Asia, as well as by soldiers that are stationed in Iraq and Afghanistan.

New Satellite Broadband Services for Military Personnel and Defense Contractors

“Purchased bands give us unlimited possibilities of configuration and setting any telecommunication connections from the Middle East region and South-Western Asia. We can now build networks of any size on such satellites as Intelsat 10-02, Intelsat 901, ABS-1, ArabSat Badr-4 and NSS-6.” – said Marcin Frackiewicz, the President of TS2.

New TS2 Satellite Technologies http://www.ts2.pl offer is a broadband Internet and corporate networks based on satellites. The operator’s broadband services enable two-way data transfer within the network and simultaneous Internet access. The company provides all dedicated VSAT services for demanding customers: VSAT Private Network, broadcasting services, SCPC/SCPC, SCPC/DVB, MESH services, STAR/DAMA, VSAT Mini Hub Solution and VNO.

‘We provide secure and encrypted satellite connections particularly for the military sector, for any military units, literally in any part of the world, on the national firing ground and during all international trainings.’ – said Frackiewicz. He also added: ‘We have mobile and stationary solutions dedicated to work in difficult conditions’.

TS2 satellite services are used by U.S. Department of State, United States Marine Corps (USMC), U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, Australian Defense Force (ADF), Command of Polish Navy, Air Force Institute of Technology, Lockheed Martin Information Technology, Halliburton Energy Services, KBR, General Dynamics Information Technology, General Atomics Aeronautical Systems, L-3 Communications Vertex Aerospace, and U.S. Naval Research Laboratory.

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Over 8.1 Million Broadband Customers (47%) Do Not Know Their Download Limit And Could Be At Risk Of Exceeding Their Fair Usage Policy

The unlimited broadband debacle is still rumbling on, despite Sky setting a precedent for other providers by launching the first completely unlimited service last year. New research from uSwitch.com shows that over 6.7 million broadband users could still be exceeding limits set on ‘unlimited’ packages. Despite calls for greater clarity and transparency, just three major broadband providers currently advertise the real limits on
their services:

•Over 8.1 million broadband customers (47%) do not know their download limit and could be at risk of exceeding their ‘fair usage policy’ – this is up from 7.5 million last year
•70% of major broadband providers are still prepared to disconnect people that exceed limits – even when these are advertised as ‘unlimited’
•Just 30% of major broadband providers are transparent and advertise the true limits of their packages
•6.7 million (39%) broadband users believe the are on a completely ‘unlimited’ package – with just one provider offering a this, many of these consumers could be in for a shock

Despite widespread criticism of the policy of imposing limits on ‘unlimited’ broadband packages, consumers are still being caught out. New research from uSwitch.com, the independent price comparison and switching service, reveals that almost half (47%) of broadband users don’t know the limit on their service. More worryingly, over a third (39%) believe that their broadband package is unlimited and could be opening themselves up to disconnection if they unknowingly exceed the provider’s limit.

It is over two years since uSwitch.com started campaigning against broadband download limit transparency. During this time, Sky set a precedent for other broadband providers by launching the first completely unlimited service. Other providers have failed to follow suit and offer their customers ‘true’ unlimited downloads. The majority of broadband providers are still using the term unlimited and still baffling broadband users by setting limits on their packages. Just three of the major providers, Sky, TalkTalk and AOL, actually publicise official limits.

The unadvertised limits attached to broadband packages can be restricted by providers through ‘limiting’, which is simply limiting the level of downloads and ‘traffic shaping’. Traffic shaping restricts the speed at which you can download certain types of media and restricts the activity that can be performed. This only demonstrates further confusion to the millions of broadband customers in the UK.

The research also shows absolutely no change in the percentage of consumers who are misled, misinformed or just mystified. However, with greater take up of broadband, these percentages are translating into increasing numbers of consumers. 8.1 million broadband customers (47%) do not know their download limit – up from 7.5 million last year – and 6.8 million broadband users (39%) could be exceeding limits set on ‘unlimited’ packages – up from 6.2 million last year.

The Digital Britain report revealed that 2Mb/s broadband should be accessible to all by 2012 and it is predicted that the amount of broadband users are expected to soar. With video applications and services such as the BBC’s iPlayer, ITV and 4OD catch-up becoming more popular with consumers the unlimited issue is only set to continue. Nearly one in four (23%) people with internet access claim that someone in the household watches TV Online, up from 17% in 2008. A total 65% of UK households have a broadband package, an increase of 7% year from 2008. With the increase in the number of people using online services and the demand for downloads increasing there is a real need for greater transparency regarding download limits.

Unfortunately, broadband users are still completely unaware as to how much their activity adds up to in terms of their overall usage. Even activities such as uploading files can contribute to their ‘acceptable usage’ and could cause users to breach the threshold set by their supplier. This means that broadband customers are in danger of having their services limited, suspended or even terminated by their provider.

The issue is compounded by the Advertising Standards Authority (ASA). It currently allows providers to describe services as ‘unlimited’ even if there is a fair usage cap, as long as it is detailed in the small print. If consumers are not vigilant enough they could get a nasty surprise if they inadvertently break the rules and max out their so-called ‘unlimited’ service.

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HughesNet Launches $100 Nationwide Referral Rewards

HughesNet, the nation’s leading provider of remote broadband satellite network solutions for consumers, businesses and government, today announced the launch of its new “$100 Nationwide Referral Rewards Program.” The program allows current HughesNet customers in good standing to earn $100 for every person they recommend who signs up for a Hughes Net satellite system through Nationwide Satellite. Any current customer with an active account for more than 31 days can qualify for the $100 referral rewards. Rewards are distributed after the new customers have similarly signed up for the system through Nationwide Satellite and have maintained their account for more than 31 days.

The program was developed as a “thank you” to HughesNet’s most valued advertising source – its own customers. They realized that existing HughesNet customers refer many new customers to HughesNet. There is no better way to get the word out about HughesNet than by word of mouth from happy consumers. So, the Nationwide Satellite Referral Rewards Program was developed to encourage and reward current customers for bringing in new business.

With the program in full swing, now there is no need for anyone to remain stuck with slow dial-up access to the internet. Hughes Net is a broadband internet access solution available to anyone, anywhere in the U.S. This includes small towns where cable, fiber or DSL is not available. All that is required for the satellite service to work is a clear view of the southern sky.

Indeed, lack of cable access is still a problem in many smaller, rural areas of America. Western states, such as Arizona, Nevada, New Mexico and even Texas have large areas of land where satellite access to the internet is the only practical method other than by telephone.

Customers looking to sway their friends on signing up for HughesNet have plenty of advantages to recommend. HughesNet uses advanced, two-way satellite technology for its web services. The result: Super-fast, always-connected reception. Dialing up, logging on and waiting around are completely eliminated.

HughesNet allows its members to surf the internet at incredibly fast speeds. Speed is vital these days, especially when working from home or managing a small business from anywhere.

Hughes Net offers a variety of advantages:
• Two-way, always-on Internet connection
• Surf and open web pages instantly
• Download large files in minutes, not hours
• Enjoy Internet music and video
• Network to multiple computers
• Plans for Home or Business use from $59.99/mo
• Customers can Get started today for as little as $99 down
• HughesNet is fully compatible with Windows and Macintosh operating systems
• Service available everywhere – especially areas with no cable or DSL service

With high-speed, wireless satellite internet from HughesNet, users are not subject to deciding whether to use the internet or talk on the phone. They can finally do both, and join nearly everyone else in America who appreciate high speed convenience.

Submitting a HughesNet $100 Referral Reward to Nationwide Satellite is easy. The current customer simply fills out the online customer referral form at Nationwidesatellite.com. Or, a referral form can also be printed out and mailed to Nationwide Satellite.

Marley Masters is a Nevada-based author of articles regarding the telecommunications industry, especially with HughesNet. He has written various articles in the past for HughesNet and similar companies for many years.

He is the recipient of several awards for high-tech writings and his work as appeared in many major industry and consumer journals. He is also a fiction writer and frequently writes about the effects of the internet and satellite communication on human civilization. Mr. Masters is married to Joan Masters. They have three children, Ian, Ellen and Roy, as well as two German Shepherds and a Siamese cat named Elmo.

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Digital Stalking Turns Off UK Business – Reports BT Business

BT Business released the results of new research that show that companies are in danger of driving away business and wasting time on unproductive communications because they are failing to understand customers’ different digital personality types when they are dealing through email or other communications channels.

Nearly a third (30%) of the workers surveyed* feel harassed by the sheer number of messages people send them while many also admit that they themselves are never sure of the best way to contact people, implying that companies are missing out on the opportunity to unify their communications technology, and on the personal and business benefits that can bring.

At the same time, workers appear to be increasingly managing working relationships through social and business networks. One in 10 people surveyed have customers and clients as friends on personal social networking sites such as Facebook. This trend is particularly true for younger people, with almost one in six (15 per cent) of the 18 to 24s surveyed saying they use or would use these tools to manage customer relationships, compared to just two per cent of 45s or over. Similarly, six times as many 18 to 24 year olds use or would use microblogs such as Twitter to manage customer relationships compared to 45s or over.

These are some of the key findings of the BT Business research which sought to understand how people are using modern communications tools to build business relationships. The research involved input from one of the UK’s leading psychologists Gladeana McMahon.

Gladeana explained: “It’s important that people recognise the difference between communicating virtually and face-to-face. We often read others’ body language to gauge what they are really saying, adapting our response to get a better result. In the virtual world we don’t have the same clues to help us modify our behaviour so we must try to identify ‘digital personality types’ in other ways to ensure business success. Similar to people thinking before they speak, people need to think before they click to avoid inappropriate communications.”

“It’s great to see businesses taking up new technology to build profitable relationships but many are missing out on the opportunity to get rid of the clutter and unify their communications,” said Bill Murphy, managing director at BT Business.

Unified communications can empower employees to intelligently tune their communications to the preferences and behaviour patterns of different personalities by creating a sense of presence in a virtual world. With three quarters of the UK’s small businesses now operating some form of flexible working, to maximise the benefits it’s important for businesses to look at how they can help staff to be more productive, while at the same time saving money by eliminating wasteful messaging.”

*All figures are from YouGov Plc. Total sample size was 3473 workers in organisations with less than 500 employees and employed for at least 3 months. Fieldwork was undertaken between 2nd and 8th December 2008. The survey was carried out online. The figures have not been weighted.

About BT
BT is one of the world’s leading providers of communications solutions and services operating in 170 countries. BT consists principally of four lines of business: BT Global Services, Openreach, BT Retail and BT Wholesale.

BT Business understands the challenges that small and medium sized businesses face in the current climate, and supports cost control, improved productivity and winning business through core product collections including business broadband, internet domains, web hosting, data and voice networks, IT solutions and mobile services.

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Apps4Rent Now Offers BlackBerry Add-on Option with Hosted Exchange Price Plans

Apps4Rent, a leading application hosting provider of premium business messaging and collaboration solutions, has joined the BlackBerry® Alliance Program as a BlackBerry® Solution Provider. Apps4Rent offers a complete Small Business Mobile Solution to customers that includes managed care and hosting of the BlackBerry® Enterprise Solution as well as technical support services.

Apps4Rent’s per user pricing for the hosted BlackBerry Enterprise Solution is $9.95 per month, when purchased with any of Apps4Rent’s hosted Microsoft® Exchange plans that start at $6.95 per month. The service includes a 1 GB mailbox, mobile synchronization, Outlook Web Access, advanced anti-spam and more. As a promotion, Apps4Rent is waiving any set-up fee for new hosted BlackBerry Enterprise Solution subscribers, if they sign up before May 1, 2009. Additional details of the plans can be found at http://www.apps4rent.com/exchange-mobility.html.

Apps4Rent has long been a provider of Microsoft Exchange and SharePoint hosting, with industry standard features and 24/7 phone, email and chat support. Through the combination of Hosted BlackBerry Enterprise Server and Hosted Exchange, Apps4Rent can offer customers a best-of-breed integrated mobile solution that’s managed and supported by IT experts. The integrated solution provides customers with secure wireless access to Exchange email, contacts, calendars, task lists and scheduling, making communications on-the-go even easier.

About

Apps4Rent LLC is a leading provider of hosted enterprise software applications including those for messaging and collaboration, such as hosted Microsoft Exchange 2007, BlackBerry® Enterprise Server hosting, Windows SharePoint Services 3.0, and Hyper-V virtual server hosting. Apps4Rent’s systems and processes are designed to provide 99.99% uptime with clustered infrastructure located in highly reliable top-tier data centers, and monitored 24x7x365 by experienced system administrators from a Network Operating Center (NOC). For additional information, please visit apps4rent.com or contact Wade (Wade@apps4rent.com) at 1-646-506-9354.

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O3SIS to demonstrate how carriers and service providers can utilize O3SIS Living Mobility Solutions to significantly increase revenues and save budgets in challenging economic environments

O3SIS AG, leading provider of carrier-grade mobile software solutions today announced that it will be presenting at Mobile World Congress in Barcelona, Spain from February 16-19 (stand 2D15).

At this years event O3SIS unveils its new carrier and enterprise editions of the Living Communication Suite and the brand new Living Media Suite. With innovative business models such as SaaS (Software as a Service) and Mobile Advertising, O3SIS is committed to meet the requirements of challenging market dynamics. O3SIS best-in-class mobility solutions are built to boost profitable mobile data business and leverage existing investments of its customers.

The new product suite “O3SIS Living Communication Suite – Carrier Edition” is designed to deliver a compelling and differentiating end user experience, resulting in best-in-class service uptake rates. O3SIS’ “Living Address Book” comes along with new O3SIS client software (Windows Mobile, Blackberry, iPhone, Symbian and more) – powered by state-of-the-art data synchronisation and push technologies. Based on this end-2-end solution, O3SIS showcases how carriers can unleash the mobile value of “Networked Personal Data” and an integrated social network syndication solution.

With the “O3SIS Living Media Suite” including the “Living Phone Safe – Advertising Edition’ mobile operators get a range of powerful solutions in their hands to tap new revenue streams based on relevant, personalized advertising while at the same time keep customers loyal to their networks. O3SIS “Living Push Mail” empowers operators to offer a groundbreaking push e-mail service to the mass market. The product unifies all the various standards and technologies to deliver e-mail to almost any device – packaged in a homogenous service offering and optimized according to the capabilities of handsets. The combination and integration with other O3SIS products leads to an unmatched personal communication experience for the user.

With the brand new ‘Living Communication Suite – Enterprise and SAAS Edition’ O3SIS rolls out a comprehensive Mobility Business Solution offering to Enterprises and Public Authorities. Based on a world leading Carrier-Class architecture the product covers today’s security demands of corporate IT departments. The fully managed solution enables companies to get a leading edge mobile communication solution at a highly attractive TCO (Total Cost of Ownership)

“We’re excited to again make key product announcements at the world’s largest mobile telecommunications show,” said Dirk Dörre, CEO and CTO at O3SIS. “We are very confident that our carrier, enterprise and retail customers will immediately benefit from our innovative product line and the outstanding end user experience it provides.”

The O3SIS executive team will be onsite to discuss business details and share its vision for the mobile industry. Members of the press interested in interviewing an O3SIS executive at 3GSM should contact Mireille Napoa of O3SIS AG at +49 (2204) 747-101 or mireille.napoa@o3sis.com.

Press-kits and setting up an appointment is available online from our Congress site at events.o3sis.com.

About O3SIS
O3SIS AG is a leading provider of carrier-grade mobile software solutions. Our mobility products, data synchronization and push technologies are deployed by top tier mobile operators, ISPs / ASPs, and enterprises with millions of users worldwide. O3SIS living mobility products help to protect and share personal mobile data and media content. Users can interact and communicate through web, mobile phones, communities and social networks with best in class usability.

O3SIS innovative products Living Push Mail, Living Communication Suite and Living Media Suite enable customers to save costs, build a better customer relationship, and create additional revenue streams. For more information, visit www.o3sis.com or contact info@o3sis.com.

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Specialized mobile call and text provider Webtel.mobi, which provides a mobile calling and texting services at up to 80% below standard rates, is preparing its network to manage the expected surge of texts sent on Valentine’s Day

It’s also providing new users with free text credit for up to two Valentine’s Day texts. Typically, Valentine’s Day sees international texting volumes spike by hundreds of percent internationally. In the United States, Valentine’s Day sees texting daily texting volumes rise to over 2.2 Billion.

According to a Webtel.mobi spokesman, their low cost calling and texting service experienced a 1000%+ spike on New Year’s day 2009, as consumers took advantage of their Ultra-Low cost texting service – whereby texts can be sent locally or internationally for between 4 cents to 9 cents per 160 character text message.

Once again, they are expecting a similar surge on Valentine’s day, and are putting procedures in place to make sure that they system can effectively cope with this surge in all countries internationally.

Webtel.mobi’s system is available to all web-enabled mobile phones internationally, in all countries and on all networks. It is free to join, and no contract is required.

To use webtel.mobi, consumers just have to go to theWebtel.mobi site at http://www.webtel.mobi from their mobile phone (or their desktop) and join. They can then load credit onto their accounts via PayPal, and begin calling or texting immediately.

Webtel.mobi also has a desktop Help and FAQ site at http://www.webtel.mobi/pc where consumers can get information on the Webtel.mobi service and its Rates.

Webtel.mobi has also uploaded a video explaining its service to YouTube, at http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=CiheLVVE5qw

Webtel.mobi’s spokesman confirmed that persons who join the service prior to Valentine’s Day will be able to take advantage of the Webtel.mobi Valentine’s Day Special – whereby people who have joined up prior to 14 February will be provided with Free Texting Credit on Valentine’s Day, which will allow them to send up to two texts anywhere in the world for free.

About Webtel.mobi:
Webtel.mobi is the mobile phone division of the company Worldbizonline.com Limited – an international Advertising and Communication company which uses the internet as its platform.

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Global provider of business satellite Internet & commercial satellite communications joined Colorado Mining Association

IP Access International, a global provider of business satellite Internet services today announced it has become a member of the Colorado Mining Association (CMA), the oldest professional mining industry trade association in the United States. CMA’s 650 members include the producers of coal, metals, agricultural and industrial minerals throughout Colorado and the West, as well as individuals and companies providing equipment, supplies and other services to the mining industry.

IP Access International (IPA) provides remote satellite communications to mining sites in the continental United States, Mexico, Canada and South America. By becoming a member of CMA, IPA plans to expand the reaches of its audience by sharing with other CMA members information on the availability and affordability of remote IP commercial satellite communications for their exploration and mining locations. In turn, IPA is able to take advantage of the opportunities this great organization provides its vendors and suppliers to interact with mining companies whose influence extend well beyond Colorado’s borders. IPA hopes to take full advantage of the joint business opportunities promoted at CMA forums and build business relationships with these key vertical clients. Various membership programs will allow for the exchange of key information on business and economic other developments affecting the mining industry.

About CMA
The Colorado Mining Association is the oldest and one of the most effective mining trade associations in the United States. Founded in 1876, CMA celebrates more than a century of service to the mineral resource industry in Colorado and throughout the region. As a voice of mining, CMA promotes the mining industry’s interests before governmental agencies and the general public, and further provides opportunities for professional growth and business development for its members. For more information, visit: www.coloradomining.org

About IP Access International
IP Access International is a global business satellite provider supplying Internet, voice, video and data connectivity solutions to organizations around the world. Servicing key industry verticals including energy, oil and gas, mining, forestry, medical, construction and agriculture with fixed and mobile satellite solutions. Our customers use our services for full time, back-up and occasional use. We are one of the only commercial satellite providers capable of extending corporate networks to remote sites by utilizing IPSEC encrypted links that are specifically designed to support legacy mainframe database applications as well as Citrix, SAP, Lotus Notes, Voice and high resolution video. With advanced satellite communications on land and sea via a sophisticated infrastructure of linked satellites and land networks, IP Access International provides multi-network communications all through a single source provider to both US as well as international locations. IP Access International’s global headquarters are located in San Juan Capistrano, California, U.S.A. For more information, visit http://www.ipinternational.net or call 866-510-7889.

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Skype for Mac 2.6 – the latest version of its communication software for Mac users

Skype release Skype for Mac 2.6, the latest version of its communication software for Mac users. In addition to improved quality, stability and more features, the company has done something entirely new: for the first time, Mac users will be able to enjoy a new Skype feature before it’s available to Windows users.

Skype has introduced a new call-transfer feature that is exclusive to the Mac platform. Users can now select More > Call Transfer to transfer an ongoing call to another Skype user on their contact list. This will be a useful feature for businesses and families alike.

“Mac users have very high expectations,” said Carter Adamson, Skype’s general manager of desktop products. “So we take the time to get things right. Whether it’s quality, stability or choice of features, we try to deliver exactly what is important to them. With 2.6 we have launched a new feature on Mac first, demonstrating our commitment to this fast-growing segment of Skype users.”

“The power, simplicity and security of Mac OS X and hardware innovations such as the built-in iSight cameras in most of our Macs make it easy for companies like Skype to create exciting new products and features for Mac users,” said Ron Okamoto, Apple’s vice president of Worldwide Developer Relations. “We’re thrilled that Skype is offering its brand new call-transfer feature to the Mac community first.”

Beyond the exclusive call-transfer feature, Skype for Mac 2.6 incorporates a number of Skype features that were previously only available on other platforms:

joining public chats
chat typing indicator: see when others are writing a message
Skype Prime: call a premium-service provider and pay for their advice and knowledge with Skype credit
automatic updates: get new features and updates without having to go to Skype’s website
DTMF tones for automatic answering services available also during Skype-to-Skype calls

Other improvements include tweaks in the way Skype handles birthday reminders and other notifications.

Skype for Mac 2.6 is available for download at skype.com. To use Skype, a broadband internet connection is needed.

About Skype:
Skype sets conversations free by providing new and easy ways to stay in touch over the internet. Millions of people every day make free Skype-to-Skype voice and video calls and send instant messages using our software. Some pay a little per minute for long-distance and international calls (http://www.skype.com/products/skypetogo/) to phones and mobiles and for SMS (http://www.skype.com/products/skypesms/), voicemail and call forwarding, or they buy plans that give unlimited calls nationwide.

Skype certify and sell hundreds of hardware products from over 50 partners and work with third-party developers to create software to extend Skype’s functionality. Skype has been downloaded more than half a billion times and over 196 million people from almost every corner of the globe have registered.

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Welcome to EPR Telecom News

EPR Telecom News is a new blog, part of EPR Network, that is going to be focused on and will be covering the telecom news and stories from press releases published on EPR Network.

EPR Network (EPR stands for express press release) is one of the nation’s largest press release distribution networks on Web. The EPR’s nationwide network includes 12 State based PR sites, one major PR forum and a number of industry specific PR blogs and what started as a hobby on Internet years ago turned out to be a rapidly growing business today. EPR Network is also known as one of the most trusted (human optimized, published, edited and monitored, spam/scam/low quality PR content free) PR sites on the web with more than 10,000 company and individual press releases distributed per month. EPR Network is putting your press releases on top of all major search engines’ results and is reaching thousands of individuals, companies, PR specialists, media professionals, bloggers and journalists every day.

EPR Network has thousands of clients around the world including global 500 corporations like Hilton Hotels, Barclays Bank, AXA Insurance, Tesco UK, eBay/Skype, Emirates, just to name a few. The network’s PR web sites are currently reaching from 150,000 to sometimes 500,000 unique visitors per month while our viral reach could possibly go to as much as 1M people per month through our presence across various social media sites. EPR Network was established in 2004 and as of May 2008 it had more than 800,000 press releases (pages) published on its network.

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