Another Voiceglo release - two days in a row! Boy, it's hard to keep up with these guys. I wasn't going to include this since I like to spread the "wealth" around with the VoIP coverage I do. However, they are calling for beta testers, so I thought I'd share this as well.
Voiceglo Issues Call for GloConnect Beta Testers; Invites Instant Messenger Users to Experience the Future of Instant Messaging
More Than 600 Million Instant Messenger Users Can Now Call, Message or Voice Message Across All Instant Messaging Platforms for Free with a Simple Download
(FORT LAUDERDALE, Fla) December 2, 2004 – Voiceglo (OTCBB: TGLO), a global communications and networking company, today issued a call for beta testers to download and try out its revolutionary new GloConnect application.
GloConnect is a safe plug-in that takes only minutes to install. This exciting new "overlay" technology unites all instant messaging (IM) services - including the popular AOL IM, MSN Messenger, Yahoo Messenger and ICQ - and allows the more than 600 million instant messenger users to now text message, voice message and phone each other for free no matter which– or how many different – platforms are involved. No more multiple chat boxes open at the same time. Once GloConnect users add a phone to their Instant Messenger, they can use IM to talk or type, as well as make and receive unlimited calls to everyone on their Buddy list –worldwide.
As the first company to provide consumers with a way to communicate across IM networks without having to log in to each of the networks or abandon their favorite IM interface, Voiceglo invites GloConnect beta users to provide feedback on their experiences with the application and share their thoughts on how this innovative tool can be enhanced to become one of the most convenient, free communications services ever available.
"An incredible amount of communications today take place online," stated Edward Cespedes, president of Voiceglo. "With GloConnect, we have eliminated any communications boundaries that may have existed on the Internet and now provide people with a free and simple way to keep in touch using multiple text and voice-based functions. By inviting beta users to participate in our Users Forum and give us product feedback, we will ensure that we are providing consumers with everything they could want in an instant messaging service - and more."
GloConnect, which launched in beta version on Tuesday, is available for download at www.gloconnect.com. Once the download is complete, GloConnect users can explore the application's unique capabilities. Among them is the ability to make and receive calls to and from any phone in the world using GloConnect's advanced Web- and PC-based GloPhone telephone service. In addition, anyone who downloads GloConnect is entitled to free peer-to-peer or IM-to-IM calling among all GloConnect or GloPhone users.
All GloConnect beta users are encouraged to leave feedback on their experiences with the application and offer suggestions for improvement in the GloConnect User Forum located on the GloConnect Web site. Feedback on the beta version will be accepted until January 5, 2005.
For more information on GloConnect or to participate in the beta testing with any instant messenger platform, please visit www.gloconnect.com.