I got to meet the people from Simple Telecom this past week at the Vonexus Connection Conference. Here is an interesting release from the company. The voice broacasting market seems like it is growing quickly or at least many companies are jumping into the space.
SimpleCast Blows Open Voice Broadcasting Market
Challenges competition with no minimums and three cent calls
Reno, NV – (January 28, 2005) – SimpleTelecom announced today the public availability of SimpleCast. SimpleCast delivers no-hassle, three cent voice broadcast calls to telemarketers, non-profits, political campaigns, and schools. SimpleCast voice broadcasting requires no minimum commitment and enables customers to start broadcasting in as few as five minutes.
“SimpleCast answers the needs of voice broadcasters to deliver high-quality voice messages at a market beating price without the barriers of unreliable service providers, unreachable commitments and unfair price structures,” said Sarah Patnode, SimpleCast Senior Vice President.
SimpleCast is an ideal solution for Voice Broadcasters of any size that do not operate their own hardware or lack sufficient capacity in their own infrastructure. No investment in hardware or software is required to use the service.
Voice Broadcasters can get started with SimpleCast right away at www.simpletelecom.com/simplecast.
Advanced features such as machine/live detection with separate prompts and automated scheduling are included at no extra cost.
SimpleTelecom operates an IP Voice platform providing: SimpleCast a voice broadcast service, SimpleConnect the VoIP solution for businesses, and SimpleCarrier a wholesale service for Carriers. SimpleTelecom delivers hundreds of thousands of calls a day for customers across the globe through its robust network.