(PRWEB) September 24, 2004
VoIP2Save.com, one of the fastest growing Internet (VoIP) Telephone companies today announced expansion into 16-new states and territories. Service is those areas begins immediately.
Customers of VoIP2Save.com can choose phone numbers from any of the following states:
New York, Illinois, California, Texas, Florida, Pennsylvania, New Jersey, Washington DC, Maryland, Virginia, North Carolina, South Carolina, Alabama, Mississippi, Louisiana, Tennessee, Massachusetts, Rhode Island, Connecticut, Maine and New Hampshire.
VoIP2Save.com offers a $24.95 unlimited calling package, which includes unlimited local and long distance calls in the US, plus unlimited calls to 21-countries, including most of Europe, Asia, Oceania, and South America.
The company offers 17-free calling features, including, Caller ID, Voice Mail, Phone Number Blacklisting and numerous privacy features. In addition, VoIP2Save.com today released a letter to F.C.C Chairman Michael Powell. In the letter the company urges the F.C.C. to adopt tough regulation of the VoIP industry.
Breaking with most internet phone companies, VoIP2Save.com urged the F.C.C.
to adopt stringent consumer protections against, fraud and billing errors, Â911 ServiceÂ and number portability. VoIP2Save.com warned the F.C.C. that without adequate consumer safeguards, the Internet VoIP telephone industry could face a consumer backlash, if consumers are left unprotected. Currently the Internet Phone industry is totally unregulated.
VoIP2Save.com announced support for legislation introduced by Congressman Edward Markey of Massachusetts to regulate the internet telephone industry.
The web site for the company is: http://www.VoIP2Save.com
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