, has integrated with Microsoft MSN Messenger using gtalk2voip services.
DIDX is the DID exchange of choice for 3250+ telecoms from 200+ countries. DIDX began with 100 members in August 2005. One of the most disruptive, practical VoIP services in the 21st century, DIDX is created and maintained by Super Technologies, Inc.
The MSN interconnection makes Super Technologies the first company in the world to offer phone lines on Microsoft MSN Messenger and the opportunity to empower more individuals and industry than ever with DID from Africa, Asia, the Americas, Australia, and Europe.
“We predicted the ever-increasing demand in the world market for DID versatility at our startup in 1999. We have made it our mission to cater to this demand. Most of all, we are excited about the un-imaginable number of opportunities available to our thousands of global telecom partners to benefit from this deal,” says Suzanne Bowen CEO, Super Technologies, Inc.
Customers can own African, American, Australian, European, and Asian phone numbers (DID = Direct Inward Dialing) on their Microsoft MSN Messenger, freedom for mobility and flexibility.
Super Technologies, Inc.'s DIDX service is poised to offer similar interconnections for other exciting programs such as Google Talk, Gizmo Project, Free World Dialup and Skype.
The service will be offered through the DIDX’s retail number sales web site on www.virtualphoneline.com
. Measures are in process to add the module to wholesale DID engine, www.didx.net
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