4:00 PM -- Is there a better way to hop on the VOIP bandwagon than with a poorly translated email and Web site? Yes, but not if you want to get mentioned here.
Today's new-business spotlight shines on VOIPMONSTER, a VOIP consultancy, or something. From a mass email:
VOIPMONSTER as a newborn company starts with very limited but well experienced resources who count on several years of expertise and know-how in the telecommunications area.
We are more oriented to provide expertise and consultancy in the VoiP Area. Providing the right information and the best consulting services is our primary goal.
From its Website:
Voipmonster is a telecommunication consaltant company that provides a wide range of services. We're going to provide our clients tools that are going to increase their company's success.
Outsourcing and Remote Consultancy.
But what does VOIPMONSTER do? Again, from the email:
In product zone we are trying to announce most of the reliable solutions and devices in different areas, Gateway section is complete for the time being and we are working hard to finish other parts as well.
In summary, I'm encouraged to see that someone out there is trying to make the VOIP world more understandable.
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