Hanging on the telephone

Missing home already? Phoneserve, the regional division of global internet telephony provider Callserve is showcasing live demos of its solutions for enterprises, internet cafTs, call shops and individuals, showing how the company can save international callers money.

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By  Simon Duddy Published  October 16, 2003

Missing home already? Phoneserve, the regional division of global internet telephony provider Callserve is showcasing live demos of its solutions for enterprises, internet cafTs, call shops and individuals, showing how the company can save international callers money.

"Phoneserve has offered the best quality calls over the internet throughout the region since its launch in 2000 along with incredible value," says Pete Dyer, divisional director of Callserve.

"In addition to enhancing our services to our traditional internet cafT and call shop partners, the solutions we are offering to corporate and SOHO users will allow more people to access our service in ways that they find natural and easy, while continuing to make huge savings on their calls," adds Dyer.

Phoneserve offers access to its service via phonecards and pre-paid corporate accounts. The cards and accounts offered by the company enable customers to make international phone calls with savings of up to 95%. Phoneserve technology uses gateways, telephones and PCs to provide solutions for all types of users. From businesses integrating with their normal PBX but routing their international calls through Phoneserve, to expatriate workers calling their family from an internet cafT.

Founded in 1999, Callserve Communications is now established as a global internet telephony company, providing its internet telephone service and expertise through major international partners including Microsoft, Sony and Freeserve. The company's regional brand is the Phoneserve solution.

Based in London, United Kingdom, Callserve's unique software and infrastructure enables users to make telephone calls to any ordinary telephone in the world. Because calls are sent through the internet, prices are a fraction of those charged by traditional telephone companies. The Callserve PC internet telephone software is available free and customers pay by purchasing call time online. B1-66

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