YapOn Launches Mobile VoIP offering

YapOn provider of mobile VoIP solutions announces the launch of two new service offerings; 'Text to Talk', an offering that provides mobile subscribers across the globe, regardless of carrier, the ability to access the most competitive long-distance rates directly from their mobile device; and 'Quick Connect', which enables YapOn subscribers to initiate long-distance calls (landline and mobile) via YapOn's web interface.

'Text to Talk' and Quick Connect empower YapOn subscribers with access to the most competitive long-distance rates, worldwide, coupled with the freedom of mobility. You no longer need to be chained to a computer or fixed line in order to make long-distance calls economically" said Ken Rozinsky, Chief Technology Officer of YapOn.

YapOn customers have access to both 'Text to Talk' and Quick Connect, and with both service offerings, there is no requirement to change mobile providers, no requirement to purchase additional hardware or software, no need for a mobile data plan, no need for a high bandwidth connection, and no contract commitment. All of YapOn's offerings are based on a pay as you go model, where subscribers are not required to maintain minimum volumes and only pay for what they use.

As part of their official launch, YapOn is offering all new subscribers a 30-Day Free Trial to start yapping for free.

To learn more about YapOn, or to sign up, please visit http://www.yapon.net

Posted on Mar 23, 2007  Reviews | Share |  Digg
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