netTALK DUO VoIP Telephone Device Now Available at Online Retailer

netTalk_logo.jpgnetTALK.COM announces its netTALK DUO is now available through the popular Canadian e-commerce site,

“We are elated to be working with Amazon to offer the DUO to more customers in more places than ever before,” said Anastasios “Takis” Kyriakides, Chairman and CEO of netTALK.

For those looking to cut landlines and save money, look no further than the netTALK DUO – a revolutionary VoIP device and digital phone service allows customers to make free nationwide calls to any landline or mobile phone in Canada and the U.S. from anywhere in the world, as well as low-cost international rates.

Users can receive calls for free, and DUO-to-DUO calls are free anywhere in the world. It’s also the most versatile digital phone service available – no monthly fees, no contracts and no computer required.

The flexibility of the DUO makes it a unique device. Users can connect directly to an Internet connection through the router/modem or passively through the computer’s USB port. Plus, its sleek design can fit in the palm of your hand, making it the most portable device of its kind.

Without relying on a computer to make and receive phone calls, the DUO delivers flexibility and phone privacy for single-computer households. Additionally, the DUO reduces the wear and tear put on your home or office computer and considerably reduces energy costs. Plus, with the fax-friendly DUO, there is officially no reason to hold onto your traditional phone service.

Additional benefits of the DUO include the choice of a free local telephone number, enhanced 911, free 411directory assistance, call waiting, voicemail and live tech support with specially trained TALK Experts.

The netTALK DUO is available at for $79.95 including the entire first year of service and only $39.95 each year after (no monthly fees or long term contracts).

Posted on Feb 23, 2011  Reviews | Share |  Digg
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