Efonica VoIP Surpasses 750,000 Subscribers

efonica.jpgFusion Telecommunications International, Inc., a global communications service provider, announced that it has registered more than 750,000 subscribers from more than 100 countries since launching its free Efonica VoIP services this past June. In addition, Fusion now has more than 10,000 paid Efonica subscribers who are taking advantage of Fusion's advanced paid services.

"Fusion is very pleased with the 88% growth of our Efonica subscriber community in under three months," said Matthew Rosen, President and CEO of Fusion. "As we continue that growth worldwide, we remain focused on enhancing our product and service offerings and increasing the value of our Internet community."

"Since our launch in June, the majority of our efforts centered around enhancing our free Efonica service offerings," said Roger Karam, President of Fusion's VoIP Division. "We are now focused on introducing additional premium services in the near term and driving revenue growth through upselling existing customers and marketing our services through our growing number of retail distribution partners worldwide."

Efonica offers subscribers its patent-pending worldwide Internet area code, which when dialed allows subscribers to speak with each other for free. Subscribers can simply register their existing landline or mobile telephone number as their Internet telephone number and immediately begin to make calls to and from any combination of PCs, Internet phones, wifi phones, and regular telephones (with a SIP adapter), connected to either a wireless, broadband or dial-up Internet connection. Efonica also offers a full suite of premium features designed to enhance a subscriber's communications experience. Consumers can subscribe to Efonica by visiting http://www.efonica.com/ and completing a free and easy registration process.

Posted on Nov 02, 2006  Reviews | Share |  Digg
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