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ViaTalk to provide VOIP partnerships through new 'VT White Label'

January 9, 2007

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CLIFTON PARK, N.Y. -- ViaTalk, LLC (www.ViaTalk.com), a rapidly growing Voice over Internet Protocol (VoIP) company based in the heart of New York’s Tech Valley, announced the launch of “VT White Label,” a product line that will allow companies access to the components they need to offer VoIP telephone service. VT White Label can be marketed with a partner company’s own private label to their customers. It is a perfect opportunity for a stand alone company or for existing Internet Service Providers (ISP) or other technology companies interested in entering the VoIP industry inexpensively.

ViaTalk offers VoIP broadband phone service to business and residential customers. The company was launched in 2005 by Brendan Brader, CEO of HostRocket.com, Inc. (www.HostRocket.com), a debt free multi million dollar corporation that has hosted over 100,000 websites. Brader was named one of Tech Valley’s Top 10 most influential technology leaders because of his extensive experience and success in internet services. ViaTalk has become a top national VoIP provider with customers in 2,200 markets in all 50 States.

“The industry has come to recognize ViaTalk as a benchmark in affordable, quality VoIP telephone service,” said Brendan Brader, CEO. “We are excited to expand the reach of our network by offering VT White Label, which will allow more companies to enter the VoIP industry. Partner companies benefit by utilizing our knowledge and experience, strong reputation, and commitment to service as their foundation.”

Beginning this month, VT White Label will offer a full range of services – from number origination to a-z call termination. VT White Label will eliminate the barriers created by the high overhead costs associated with starting a company of this nature like training and maintaining sales and support staff, logistics of shipping and receiving and dealing with stringent government regulations.

“The VoIP industry experienced astronomical growth in 2006 and industry experts expect even more business and residential consumers to switch to VoIP,” added John Reyes, CTO. “With VT White Label, partner companies can align themselves with one of the most reputable names in VoIP telephony and avoid the risks and pitfalls of independently developing their own product line.”


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