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Phone.com Wins Internet Telephony ‘Threepeat’

A Better Virtual congratulates Phone.com. The company took home Internet Telephony magazine’s 2009 Product of the Year award for its Virtual Office Phone System.

That’s quite an honor in the 800 number industry, and Phone.com is worthy of the honor – again. That’s right – I said again. This is not the first time Phone.com has run away with this award and it might not be the last.

Let’s listen in to Phone.com’s CEO as he offers his heartfelt thanks for the repeat award.

“Phone.com is extremely pleased to receive the Internet Telephony Product of the Year Award for a third year in a row!” Ari Rabban said. “Phone.com is continuing to grow nicely. Our customer base is growing every month and we are constantly improving and adding more services and applications to our product line. We have been getting great reviews from both the industry and our customers and look forward to sharing more new developments in the months to come.”

Some of Phone.com’s features include one phone number to reach all locations and staff and text voicemail. With Phone.com, you can also send a fax from your PC, add business phones to any virtual office extension – all without any equipment to purchase or maintain.

Phone.com’s virtual phone offers are powered by advanced VoIP and SaaS technologies. The company offers three Internet-based communications products: Phone.com Virtual Office for small businesses, Phone.com Virtual Number for individuals on the go and Phone.com Home Phone for consumers.

Phone.com’s monthly plans starting at $4.88 a month. Right now, the company is running a special – one month free when you sign up. Be sure to inquire about the rates per minute before you sign on the dotted line. Phone.com is certainly a reputable virtual office system company, but those per-minute fees can add up in a hurry. So take the time to know what you are getting into before you sign on the dotted line.

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