Looking to move to the next level reporting facilities, VoIP-PAL.Com, Inc., completed the filing required by Pink OTC Markets, Inc. The company has announced that the "Stop Sign" status has now been removed from its Pink Sheets site.
Allowing users to download the PointsPhone Mobile App for BlackBerry (News - Alert) for free, the PointsPhone Mobile App for the BlackBerry is now currently posted on www.PointsPhone.Com. A user account must be registered at the website. To receive upgraded and updated information, investors can now confidently search VPLM on the Pink Sheets.
VoIP-PAL.Com, Inc., is a broadband VoiP telecom company offering local and long distance VoiP services to consumers and business owners
“The Stop Sign is now removed from the Pink Sheets," said Dennis Chang, president and CEO of VoIP-PAL.Com, Inc., in a press release. "Allowing our investors to have transparent access to our company information and performance. The posting of our PointsPhone Mobile App for BlackBerry App is only the second stage of building our site to be a major alternative for our target niche market -- the International Business Traveler.”
The Blackberry users can now get PointsPhone Mobile BlackBerry App immediately as it is available for free downloading on the BlackBerry. They can start making international calls for as low as two cents per minute once they are registered at the website. Using your BlackBerry, the new BlackBerry App takes advantage of WiFi (News - Alert) technology. In order to use our services you must have High Speed internet service. Features currently offered include PC Dialer, Virtual Numbers and Call Forwarding. Check back frequently as new features are coming soon.
Recently, the company announced the availability of its new PointsPhone SoftPhone Application for Canadian users. The users in British Columbia (BC), Canada will now be able to avail virtual numbers. For the users in Toronto, Virtual numbers will be added soon. Voip-Pal.Com's key goal is to address the demands for low cost international calls all over Canada. Now, virtual numbers are available for US and BC.
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Edited by Jaclyn Allard