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Wired Names BroadVoice

BroadVoice was named by the editors at Wired Magazine as the number one provider of 'full phone service' among VOIP companies

November 16, 2005

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BOSTON -- BroadVoice, Inc., Boston, Mass., a leading provider of high quality,feature-rich broadband phone services to consumers and businesses, was named bythe editors at Wired Magazine as the number one provider of "full phone service"among Voice over IP companies. BroadVoice was also identified as the "bestchoice for jet-setters" and those who already have a Voice over IP phoneadapter.

"Our customers have experienced BroadVoice's advantages like quality,price, free features and convenience for over two years now. The team atBroadVoice is very proud to receive Wired Magazine's Editors' Top Pick forInternet phone service and we're especially excited about how the new featuresand wireless devices we're introducing will make the broadband communicationsexperience even more rewarding for our customers," said Gene Cornfield,spokesperson for BroadVoice, Inc. "Like the editors at Wired Magazine, Americansare finding BroadVoice the number one Voice over IP provider, and consumers areincreasingly purchasing BroadVoice service and devices as gifts for their lovedones to stay in touch more affordably. With the addition of this new honor fromWired Magazine, we expect to be very busy this holiday season." According to theNovember 2005 Wired Magazine edition, "For people who keep homes in Manhattan,Paris, and Madrid - or just know those who do - BroadVoice is the cheapestfull-service way to banter, parler, or hablar. It offers unlimited calling inthe US and to 20 other countries, mostly in Europe, but also a smattering inAsia and the Americas, plus Australia. You can add 14 more countries for anextra $5 per month."

Expansion plans are in the immediate future for BroadVoiceas the number of customers has increased this year by 180% and the company's Website has attracted 233% more visitors this year as well. To keep up with thesteady customer demand, BroadVoice also recently moved into larger offices andcontinues to hire more staffers.

"Many people used to see Internet phone serviceas a viable alternative," said Cornfield. "Well, that was yesterday. Today, ourInternet phone services and products are very much in the mainstream and used bybusinesses and people around the globe." Established in 1993 and designed forbusiness leaders and entrepreneurs as well as general consumers interested inwhat's next in the digital revolution, Wired Magazine focuses on the science,lifestyle, businesses, politics and personalities that surround such innovativetechnologies and push them forward in the 21st century. Regular topics includemultimedia, cyberspace, cutting-edge technologies, high-definition television,virtual reality and the electronic frontier.


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