|[January 16, 2013]
Canadians Can Now Fire their Phone Company™ and Keep Their Existing Number
TORONTO --(Business Wire)--
Effective today, netTALK.com,
Inc. ("netTALK") (OTCBB: NTLK) the telecommunications, consumer
electronics and cloud technology company and developers of the only
patented VoIP telephone device (netTALK DUO / DUO WiFi (News - Alert)) that connects
via Wi-Fi or a traditional Internet connection to make and receive
local, long distance and international calls is offering number porting.
Each DUO is a full featured phone service without sacrificing
reliability or call quality of a traditional phone company with the
option to select a free phone number and now for the first time ever,
the option to keep your existing one.
"With the availability of number porting you can say goodbye to those
high monthly phones bills, with limited minutes and features from
traditional providers like Rogers, Bell, Telus and others with the
option to keep your existing number for a low, one-time porting fee of
U.S. $29.95," said Anastasios 'Takis' Kyriakides, netTALK's Chief
Executive Officer. "We now have the complete telephone package for our
valued Canadian customers. This is a major step in our continuing
efforts to better serve consumer demand and part of our solid foundation
and overall strategy toward future growth."
Kyriakides added that when you compare netTALK to traditional phone
companies or other VoIP providers, netTALK is best in class, offering
outstanding call quality at an affordable cost. No more monthly tiered
calling plans with a few features; with your purchase of a netTALK DUO
(SRP $59.99) or DUO WiFi (SRP $74.99) you get a full featured phone
service with one year of free calling throughout Canada and the U.S. and
free features including voicemail, call forwarding, number display,
directory assistance and E911 to name a few. After your first year of
free service you can renew for an additional 12 months for only $3.35
per month (flat rate of $39.95 per year).
"With our products you get savings and simplicity, our device is small
enough to fit in a shirt pocket and can be taken while traveling to be
used on any home phone equipment," said Kyriakides. "Even while
traveling internationally Canadians can make free calls back to North
America (Canada & US) with our device. This is a great convenience and
savings for all travelling Canadians including Snowbirds. Also family
and friends in your home town can call your local netTALK number and
reach you anywhere in the world as if you were still in your local area
code. netTALK helps you stay in touch with anyone in North America no
matter where you are in the world. Stay connected with friends and loved
ones, studying, tationed, working or traveling anywhere in the world,
without onerous international rates when calls are made DUO to DUO."
About the netTALK DUO and netTALK DUO WiFi
Winner of PCMag.com and Laptop Editors'
Choice awards, and officially designated "Business-Ready"
by PCWorld, the netTALK DUO is a revolutionary VoIP
telephone device and digital phone service. The tiny netTALK
DUO enables free nationwide calls to any phone in Canada and the
U.S. from anywhere in the world, as well as low-cost, flat-rate
international calling plans and a variety of other features, detailed at http://www.nettalk.ca.
The netTALK DUO simply plugs directly into a modem (or computer) and
works with any home phone. The netTALK
DUO WiFi is the next step in the evolution of the netTALK DUO, by
operating from any Wi-Fi connection. netTALK offers a number of
calling plans for the netTALK DUO and netTALK WiFi, suited for every
budget. The DUO family of products is protected by U.S. Pat. Nos.
8,243,722 - D642,165 S
For more information or to see if your number can be ported please go to www.nettalk.ca/en/porting
About netTALK.com, Inc.
netTALK.com, Inc. is a public company engaged in the design,
distribution and sale of consumer electronics products and low-cost VoIP
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those described. The company's operations and business prospects are
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