Cybersurf Offers Free VoIP Service to Canadians

Cybersurf announces their free Home Phone service promotion providing Canadian consumers the opportunity to experience the Company's state-of-the-art VoIP-based phone service for free.

Cybersurf has always endeavoured to offer Canadians with the best value and selection when it comes to telecommunications services providing Canadians with a true alternative to regional monopolies and telecommunications giants. "By offering CIA Home Phone Basic for free, we hope to encourage consumers to switch away from their incumbent service provider and realize that there are alternatives," said Paul Mercia, Cybersurf's President and CEO. "We also hope to educate consumers to the fact that new technologies have dramatically reduced the costs of providing home phone service and it's entirely unnecessary to be forced to pay traditionally high prices."

Your home phone line with three calling featuresCIA Home Phone Basic works just like a regular phone service and is compatible with the customer's existing phones and household wiring. Customers have the option of switching to CIA and bringing their phone number with them or trying CIA alongside their current provider and getting a brand new phone number for free. CIA Home Phone Basic is a state-of-the-art VoIP-based phone system that includes unlimited local calling and free essential calling features like Voice Mail, Call Display and Call Return. Like any VoIP system, CIA Home Phone Basic requires an active High Speed Internet connection. Customers must provide their own High Speed Internet connection in order to qualify for free home phone service. "The customer only pays for long distance, and our long distance rates are among the best in the industry," concluded Mr. Mercia. Long distance calls to Canada and the United States cost as little as four cents per minute.

To learn more about Cybersurf Corp. or the free CIA Home Phone Basic offer, please visit Cybersurf Internet Access online at

Posted on Sep 27, 2007  Reviews | Share |  Digg
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