WhatHelps? Upgrades Voice Chat Service

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WhatHelps? recently released an upgrade to one of its most popular services, hands-free Voice Chat. The upgrade has dramatically improved voice clarity, decreased lag time, and reduced random disconnects.

WhatHelps?, a global provider of social networking and online community web services, recently upgraded their hands-free Voice Chat service to provide customers and community members with enhanced voice clarity.

WhatHelps?' customers report significant improvement in voice clarity, decreased lag time, and fewer random disconnects, said Tracey Kozelka, head of WhatHelps? Extreme Support. "Although one cannot expect Voice Chat to have the sound quality of a telephone conversation, customers have been impressed with the clarity of their voice conversations since the upgrade," said Kozelka.

Matthew Highland, WhatHelps? CTO, had this to say about the need for the recent upgrade. "Voice Chat is one of our marquee services. Our customers private label the service and use it on their sites and in their online communities. Prior to the upgrade, users often complained of poor sound quality while voice chatting. To provide our customers with a Voice Chat service they can be proud to offer, we knew we needed to address the sound quality issues. The upgraded service, by delivering immensely improved voice quality, combined with an outstanding set of user features, now provides the best one-on-one java Voice Chat experience available today."

For additional information or to try a demo of the Voice Chat service, go to http://chat.whathelps.com.

About WhatHelps?

WhatHelps?, co-founded by CEO, Michelle Wilbers in 2000, is headquartered in Bellevue, Iowa. WhatHelps? provides its communication-oriented tools and services in packages of web site add-ons, or as individual web tools, either free or on a subscription basis. For most people, the cost of purchasing, installing and maintaining many of these tools is cost-prohibitive. By providing these tools in a unique, shared hosting environment, WhatHelps? makes even the most expensive and complex tools affordable and easy to add, setup and maintain. Through its policy of free upgrades and locked in subscription fees, WhatHelps? customers are assured of always being able to offer their users up-to-date services, without having to worry about price increases forcing them to cut back on or eliminate services. WhatHelps? offers a full 10-day, money-back guarantee if not completely satisfied.

Contact Information:

Tracey Kozelka

WhatHelps?, Inc.

306 N. 2nd Street

Bellevue, Iowa 52031 USA

(563) 872-4231 (weekdays, 9am-5pm CST)

http://whathelps.com/helpform.htm

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