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VoicePulse Introduces Competitive Upgrade Offer to VoIP Users

Jack Decker (jack-yahoogroups@withheld_on_request)
Tue, 12 Apr 2005 20:52:21 -0400

VoicePulse Introduces Competitive Upgrade Offer to VoIP Users Company
Offers Cash Rewards to Consumers Switching from Competing VoIP

JAMESBURG, N.J., April 12, 2005 (PRIMEZONE) -- VoicePulse
Inc. announced today the launch of its new Competitive Upgrade
Offer. Current and former customers of competing VoIP services will be
eligible to receive a $50 cash reward in addition to the 25-plus basic
and advanced features they will receive for free as part of the
VoicePulse service.

"We believe the experience we bring to the customer and the quality we
provide in all aspects of our service -- features, call quality, price
and especially customer service -- will leave a lasting impression on
the customer that will make this offer very successful," says Ravi
Sakaria, VoicePulse President & CEO. "Our goal has always been to
provide the best customer experience. Fortunately, since many of our
competitors are more focused on acquiring as many customers as quickly
as possible, usually at the cost of service quality and customer
satisfaction, it gives us the opportunity to demonstrate why we are
the top customer-rated provider in the industry."

Having won awards from highly regarded technical journals and trade
magazines such as PC Magazine, PC World, and DesignTechnica,
VoicePulse also boasts having the top award from Broadband Reports,
which is based solely on customer reviews.

More information about the offer can be found on the VoicePulse
website at:


VoicePulse is a New Jersey-based communications company that uses its
VoIP network to deliver advanced features and high-quality phone
service to residential and small-business consumers. The company leads
the industry in delivering innovative features and excellent customer

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