Comwave unveils ePhone in the cloud for web users worldwide


Comwave, Canada’s Voice over IP provider, announced the
release of ePhone as a web-based Adobe Flash video phone. Users can access
their ePhone from any computer in the world with an internet connection.


“ePhone is an incredible value that every laptop
should have. In the boardroom or in the dorm room, ePhone turns your laptop
into a regular phone,” said Yuval Barzakay, president, Comwave.


Customers receive their own phone number so even people
from landlines and mobile phones can call ePhone users. Comwave ePhone also
includes free local and long distance calls to almost 60 countries for only $20
per year.  


Customers can make unlimited Video Calls to other ePhone
users free.   


Customers can sign up for a 3-Day Risk Free trial and
enjoy 100 minutes of free calling to almost 60 countries and unlimited talk
between other ePhone users.  Once the free trial has expired, Customers
will have the option to continue for only $20 per year.


Recently, Comwave ePhone announced
that it now includes unlimited video calling between ePhone users. Due to
popular demand Comwave ePhone is now available in the US and the UK with other
countries planned shortly.  


“BlackBerry PlayBook users have sent us a steady
stream of feedback, and we’re responding quickly. With Comwave ePhone, PlayBook
users can easily Video Chat for free, call around the globe and even receive
calls just like a regular phone,” said Darryl Singer, director of Digital
Marketing, Comwav.



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