Efonica Plus Targets Frequent Travelers With Ease of Service

A href="http://www.fusiontel.com" target=_new rel=nofollow>Fusion Telecommunications International, Inc., a global VoIP service provider, added its new efoLink service to its Efonica Plus suite of paid services. efoLink is designed for those Efonica subscribers who may not have access to the Efonica softphone or a SIP-enabled device. Using a simple screen on the Efonica website, www.efonica.com, efoLink allows subscribers to enter any two phone numbers and schedule a call. At the pre-selected time, Efonica's advanced system will call both numbers and create a connection.

"efoLink is the kind of evolutionary feature that can make Efonica services convenient enough to use each and every time our subscribers want to make a call, no matter where they are, no matter what kind of device they have access to, no matter who they want to call," said Matthew Rosen, President & CEO of Fusion.

efoLink complements Fusion's recently announced efoOut service, which allows subscribers to call any landline or mobile telephone number in the world at extremely competitive prices. efoLink is automatically available to all subscribers who sign up for efoOut service.

"The introduction of efoLink reinforces our commitment to making the low cost and efficiency of VoIP available even without access to your PC. efoLink is just the beginning of many exciting and innovative new services that Efonica Plus will offer," added Roger Karam, President of Fusion's VoIP Division. Consumers can subscribe to efoOut, which automatically enables efoLink, and other Efonica Plus services at A href="http://www.efonica.com" target=_new rel=nofollow>www.efonica.com.

Efonica Plus is intended to open a new vista of VoIP functionality to subscribers of the Company's newly launched Efonica service. Using Fusion's patent-pending worldwide Internet Area Code, Efonica allows subscribers to make free calls among registered members to and from any combination of PCs, Internet phones and regular telephones (with a SIP adapter), whether they have broadband or dial-up Internet connections.

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