Company Looks to Develop VoIP Market in China

The Bralorne Mining Company has announced that, Beijing QTC will continuously develop the potential VoIP market in China.

Mr. Zhang Feng Ming, President of BLNM, said that, "PC to PC VoIP phones users in mainland China reached nearly 19 million in 2004. With VoIP platforms being extremely flexible, this system combines the benefits of IP networking with the rich features and high availability of circuit-switched systems. The whole market volume will be continuously enlarged and users are expected to reach 28 million in China by 2008, according to forecasts of iResearch, a professional market research company."
Posted on Jan 25, 2007  Reviews | Share |  Digg
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Raketu Launches Communications for VoIP Consumers In China

raketu-logo.gifRaketu announces the immediate availability of its Chinese language version. Currently, all pre-paid customers of Raketu’s "RakOut" dial-out voice over IP (VoIP) service enjoy free calling to over 40 countries. This same service offer will now be available for Chinese speaking consumers, wherever they live in the world, as all calls to locations in these countries are free regardless of where they originate.

“In response to the tremendous interest in Raketu from China, Raketu has released its Chinese language version,” said Greg Parker, President of Raketu. “With our Chinese language release of Raketu, we are continuing to deliver on our promise of localization, enabling our users to use Raketu in their native language.”
Posted on Jan 25, 2007  Reviews | Share |  Digg
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Cellular WiFi VoIP in China

Jinan Yinquan Technology – a wholly owned subsidiary of China VoIP and Digital Telecom introduced to cellular subscribers the added ability to make calls using Voice over Internet Protocol (VoIP), connecting via any available wireless fidelity (WiFi) network.

The new service will mean subscribers can save money on long distance calls using VoIP. In addition, callers using the WiFI/VoIP service will not pay roaming charges outside their home area.

“Our WiFi/VoIP cell phone supports dual SIM cards,” said Li Kunwu, President and CEO of China VoIP & Digital Telecom Inc. “One is for the VoIP number, the other is for the common GSM/CDMA cell phone network.”

In addition to savings on roaming fees, Mr. Li added, “Calls between WiFi/VoIP cell phones are free of charge. So users may save up to 80 percent on their long distance call fees while enjoying the same mobility and portability convenience of regular cell phones.”
Posted on Jan 17, 2007  Reviews | Share |  Digg
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SunRocket Offers $.01 per Minute VoIP Calling to China

sunrocket.gifSunRocket announces an unprecedented new calling plan that drops rates to Asia Pacific locations including China, Japan, Hong Kong and Vietnam to as little as one cent per minute.

The annual, all-inclusive $199 Asia Pacific Edition offers a compelling and unique alternative for U.S. consumers who frequently call friends and family located throughout the Asia Pacific. With per-minute calling rates well below traditional phone service offerings and as much as 90 percent less than other major VoIP providers, the SunRocket Asia Pacific Edition value proposition is unmatched in the industry.

"Prior to the SunRocket Asia Pacific Edition, consumers were forced to jump through hoops to seek savings on international calls to these destinations, often resorting to inconvenient and deceptively expensive prepaid calling cards," said Joyce Dorris, SunRocket co-founder and Chief Marketing Officer. "Now SunRocket makes it easy for consumers to enjoy the lowest per-minute rates to Asia, building upon our mission to change what is possible for consumers and challenge historical pricing practices by our competitors."

The Asia Pacific Edition reduces international rates to $.01 per minute on all calls (landline and cell) to China, Singapore and Hong Kong; and on landline calls to Taiwan, Malaysia and South Korea. Landline rates fall to $.02 per minute for Japan; while SunRocket's rate on all calls to Vietnam is cut nearly in half to $.10 per minute.
Posted on Jan 17, 2007  Reviews | Share |  Digg
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Major Player in the Chinese VoIP Sector Positions Itself

China VoIP & Digital Telecom announced it has acquired Hangzhou Zhongfang a Voice-over Internet Protocol Services provider based in the Zhejiang Province. The acquisition will expand the Company’s reach into Zhejiang and other southern provinces in the People’s Republic of China.

Under the terms of the agreement, Jinan will acquire existing VoIP infrastructure from Zhongfang to facilitate future VoIP sales and services in the Province. The acquisition will also provide a platform for Jinan Yinquan to develop and expand its VoIP business in adjacent southern provinces.

Jinan Yinquan, is a rapidly growing technology company that offers VoIP services in the People’s Republic of China.
Posted on Jan 12, 2007  Reviews | Share |  Digg
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Google Mobile Expands Click-To-Call into China

VoIP, Inc.’s Chairman and CEO Anthony J. Cataldo, VoIP, Inc.'s disclosed, for the first time publicly, that Google Mobile has expanded the use of “Click to call” technology into China and eight additional international markets using VoIP, Inc.’s network. The announcement, made in an online interview conducted by Mr. Cataldo at, means that users who employ Google for mobile search in China, can now call directly from their cell phone to an advertiser identified through Google’s mobile search capability.

According to a Google spokesperson, China marks the eighth and largest international market in which Google will exclusively use VoIP’s network to connect calls. VoIP’s network is also being used by Google in the United States, United Kingdom, Germany and Japan, and recently expanded into international France, Italy, the Netherlands, Spain, China, Ireland, India and Australia.
Posted on Jan 09, 2007  Reviews | Share |  Digg
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China VoIP Conference and Expo

China VoIP & Digital Telecom, Inc. subsidiary announces it will present at the ninth annual China VoIP Conference and Expo. The prestigious industry event will take place May 23 & 24 in Beijing.

Jinan Yinquan, a technology company that offers VoIP services in the People’s Republic of China, has been developing telecommunication solutions for China’s burgeoning Internet industry for more than half a decade.

Li Kunwu, President and CEO of China VoIP & Digital Telecom Inc. is scheduled to address the telecommunications summit.
Posted on Jan 04, 2007  Reviews | Share |  Digg
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China VoIP & Digital Telecom

China VoIP & Digital Telecom announced that the expansion plans of its wholly owned subsidiary, Jinan Yinquan Technology in China call for a cooperative venture with one of China’s premier licensed telecom providers. Through China Tie Tong, one of only six licensed providers in the country, Jinan Yinquan has formed a strategic alliance that will allow the company to rapidly deploy its VoIP technology throughout the world’s most populous country.

Jinan Yinquan, a technology company offering VoIP services in the People’s Republic of China, has been developing telecommunication solutions for China’s burgeoning Internet industry for more than half a decade.
Posted on Dec 19, 2006  Reviews | Share |  Digg
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China VoIP Adds 30 New Retail Telephone Cafés

China VoIP & Digital Telecom announced it has added 30 new retail telephone calling facilities or “telephone cafés” in and around Shandong Province. This brings to 50 the total number of facilities the Company currently has in operation. Similar to “Internet cafés” these retail telephone calling facilities are a growing trend in China. They are extremely popular with rural citizens who are flocking to the cities in search of job opportunities.

“With our economy growing at such a rapid pace, more and more Chinese people from rural towns and provinces are migrating to the more popular cities in search of employment and a better way of life,” said Li Kunwu, President and CEO of China VoIP & Digital Telecom Inc. “These “telephone cafés” provide an ideal place for them to economically make long-distance calls to their families in a quiet, friendly atmosphere.”
Posted on Dec 12, 2006  Reviews | Share |  Digg
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Buzz Technologies gets Thai Military Contract

Buzz Technologies is pleased to announce it has successfully won a contract with the Thai Military to supply and install Wifi and Wimax systems to the Thai Military Lanna Center, Chiang Mai, Army Unit 33, The Third Army Region. The agreement is a part of an extensive program to test various Buzz Technologies products and services.

Sutida Suwunnavid said "we are all delighted to have the Royal Thai Military as a client and look to develop this and other Government Contracts in the future."
Posted on Dec 12, 2006  Reviews | Share |  Digg
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India's VoIP Clampdown

The Indian Times reports, Illegal Web calls face being axed.

Claiming, "companies must furnish the names of authorised service providers from whom bandwidth and internet telephony minutes have been taken. The companies will also have to give an undertaking that they will not use the services of unlicensed foreign service providers such as Net2Phone, Vonage, Dialpad, Impetus, Novanet, Euros, Skype and Yahoo."

Skype being a factor in disrupting the level-playing field and contributing to a revenue loss to the Indian government as they did not pay the 12% service tax and a 6% revenue share on internet telephony.

Posted on Dec 08, 2006  Reviews | Share |  Digg
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Expanded VoIP Marketing Efforts in China

As the result of rapid acceptance of its proprietary NP Soft Switch IP telephone system, China VoIP & Digital Telecom through its new wholly owned subsidiary, Jinan Yinquan has added two additional cities in two new provinces to the ongoing marketing of the system. NP Soft Switch IP telephone system enables users to access Voice over the Internet Protocol (VoIP) services allowing customers to use the system to make telephone calls to anyone in the world at a much lower cost than standard telephone rates.

Jinan Yinquan, a technology company offering VoIP services in the People’s Republic of China, has been developing telecommunications solutions for China’s burgeoning Internet industry for more than half a decade.
Posted on Dec 06, 2006  Reviews | Share |  Digg
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NewStep Networks at ITU World Telecom 2006

NewStep Networks announced that it will demonstrate its ability to deliver seamless Voice Call Continuity between cellular/Wi-Fi networks, and between mobile, fixed, and soft phones at ITU Telecom World 2006 in Hong Kong. This demonstration confirms NewStep’s capability to commercially deliver valuable services across fixed and mobile networks in order to meet the growing demand for converged services from service providers and enterprises alike.

NewStep’s demonstration will show the company’s standards-compliant Voice Call Continuity solution, Dual-Mode Handoff, which allows subscribers to make and receive calls on cellular/Wi-Fi phones using presence-based call routing and with seamless handover between cellular and Wi-Fi networks without any interruption in the voice call. The dual-mode solution leverages hosted VoIP and enterprise-based IP PBX capabilities together with mobile GSM, UMTS, CDMA, and WiMAX networks to deliver a unified communications experience.
Posted on Dec 04, 2006  Reviews | Share |  Digg
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NGN Solution Suite Presented at ITU Telecom World 2006

VocalTec Communications, announces that it will be presenting its suite of VoIP/NGN solutions at ITU Telecom World 2006 in Hong Kong. Comprised of trunking, peering, access gateway, and service delivery solutions, VocalTec provides highly interoperable solutions for the smooth and flexible deployment of next-generation networks (NGNs).

VocalTec will present its NGN solutions in Hall 9, booth #9047 and together with IBM, in Hall 2, booth #2018.
Posted on Nov 29, 2006  Reviews | Share |  Digg
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VoIP Telephone Agreement in Beijing

The Bralorne Mining Company announced that its 100% owned subsidiary company -- Beijing Quan Tong Chang Information Service Limited has signed a Voice over Internet Protocol (VoIP) Telephone service agreement with Beijing Oriental Jiachuang International Exhibition Inc., a leading exhibition and conference holding company in China. According to the agreement, Beijing QTC will deploy its 3GenisIP Integrated Access System to Beijing Oriental to support its VoIP Broadband Phone Network service with local, long distance and international calling.
Posted on Nov 28, 2006  Reviews | Share |  Digg
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