Voip-Pal.Com has reached an agreement to acquire Bleam Technology and its product and services including CallArc.com. Bleam Technology owns and operates CallArc.com, a mobile VoIP calling service that offers an alternative to expensive long distance and international calls by engaging callers with advertisers.
"We are delighted to welcome Bleam Technology into the Voip-Pal family," said Dennis Chang, president of Voip-Pal, in a statement.
Voip-Pal.Com is a broadband VoIP telecom company offering local and long distance VoIP services to consumers and business owners.
Chang said that Bleam and its CallArc services represent an established VoIP service which is in perfect synergy with Voip-Pal's products and services, and the company’s future plans. “Along with Bleam's 43,000 loyal subscribers, we inherit a team of technical experts that will help develop Voip-Pal's model to the next level," he said.
CallArc has partnered with leading internet affiliate networks including brand names like Allstate, McDonalds and Netflix, among others.
The CallArc service is available to callers worldwide and calls can be initiated on mobile apps such as iPhone and Android (News - Alert), PC app, Web Dialer and even landline phones. Calls can be made using any SIP enabled device or App.
"We are excited to partner with Voip-Pal," said Francis Assif, CEO and co-founder of Bleam and CallArc.
Assif said that the company looks forward to working with the team and the management at Voip-Pal to integrate the company’s Calling Services and become part of Voip-Pal Com Inc.
He added that by combining the product and services from both company subscribers can now enjoy the best breed of services such as PointsPhoneGuard AntiVirus protection on the smartphones and access to various products and services.
Assif said that over the past year CallArc has built a solid, mobile VoIP platform from the ground up.
“Our partner roster includes leaders in the field such as IDT, CPAleads, SponsorPay and BlamADS Networks. We engage advertisers and consumer with incentivized offers for instant calling credits. Our service is available to callers worldwide,” he said.
Assif claimed that CallArc has 43,000 loyal subscribers and the average revenue per user (ARPU) is the highest in the industry making the company profitable and debt free within 6 months of launch of the services.
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Edited by Jamie Epstein