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I have 6 ViaTalk Invites. What are they you ask? They are invites to join a Voice-Over-IP provider through my web hosting company: HostRocket.com

HostRocket.com has been a wonderful company to work with. I have several sites including our church site hosted through them and they have been one of the best companies I have ever dealt with. HostRocket has VERY FAST service on trouble tickets and have created a very easy user-friendly interface for the average user and top-o-the-line solutions for the web professional.

If their new ViaTalk service is half as good as their hosting solution, they will be fabulous to have as a phone provider. Their Full Service cost will be $15.95 ($10 less than Vonage).

I'm going to give it a go. They offer a few preview credits (similar to what Google did with Gmail). You will get either up to a year of service for free or up to $100 toward equipment.

Since I only have 6 of these, please email only if you sincerely believe you will give it a shot. I'd love to give them away. If you want one, don't leave a comment, EMAIL ME.

From an email today:
ViaTalk will feature two consumer plans. The VT_500 plan will offer customers 500 minutes of calling each month and will start at just $9.95 monthly including a term discount. The VT_Unlimited plan will offer unlimited domestic calling and will start at $15.95 monthly including a term discount. In addition, all plans include a slew of calling features including Caller ID with Name, Call Waiting, 3-Way Calling, Enhanced Voicemail, *69, Call Forwarding, and many more.

If you have broadband at your home or office, it is worth your time to check into Voice-Over IP. We have looked into it and will save approximately $45/mo once we make the switch. With number forwarding, it seems to be the most logical of decisions in our situation. You should check to see if your number will switch.

posted by Tally Wilgis @ Tuesday, April 12, 2005

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