EasyTel.Net Joins Australia to North America; Unified Communications Innovator Brings Local Calling to Intercontinental Markets

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EasyTel.Net announced today the implementation of local-number service in five major Australian business markets, connecting customers across the continents with no long distance or international telephone charges.

Nevada based EasyTel.Net announced today the implementation of local-number service in five major Australian business markets, connecting customers across the continents with no long distance or international telephone charges.

"Talk globally - Pay only locally," said EasyTel.Net CEO Thomas Skala. "That's what we're after, and we're incredibly pleased to add friends, family and business associates in Australia to the global EasyTel family."

Under this initiative, the latest step in EasyTel's long-term program of world-wide integrated communications, the company has deployed a set of "Public Access Numbers", along with private local-number service in five major Australian markets: Sydney, Melbourne, Brisbane, Adelaide, and Perth.

"The Public Access Numbers give our customers immediate access to local-rate service between Australia and North America, whether they want to use it when they travel in Australia, or if they have friends or family traveling there, or just the occasional business contact," explained Skala. Anyone in any of those five areas of Australia can call one of these Public Access Numbers and reach an EasyTel subscriber in North America without paying a single penny in International calling charges. It's strictly a local call"

Skala continued, "Customers can also get their own private local number in any of those markets as well. For only an extra $10 each per month, you can have numbers in Sydney, Melbourne, Brisbane, Adelaide, or Perth that connect directly to your Universal Office here in North America. Your loved ones or business contacts in Australia can reach you in North America free of charge. Voice, paging, conference calls and more - it's all there for one flat rate.

"I challenge anyone else to figure out how to open a branch office on the other side of the world for only $10"

EasyTel services are distributed through marketing partners and re-sellers that have existing distribution channels in specific vertical markets. The search for partners in these new and lucrative markets will begin almost immediately, said Skala.

EasyTel Public Access Numbers in Australia:

Sydney +61 283075206

Melbourne +61 388072175

Brisbane +61 730182882

Adelaide +61 874212356

Perth     +61 892823205

EasyTel.Net

Address: 320 E. Charleston Blvd. Suite 204-221

Las Vegas, Nevada 89104-1015

Telephone: 800-850-5500

About EasyTel.Net

EasyTel, a Nevada corporation, is a wholly owned subsidiary of InfoUSA. In 1995, EasyTel embarked on a mission to design and fully develop a proprietary technology, both hardware and software, which integrates three powerful technologies; Telecommunications, the world’s most universal and interactive communication medium; The Internet, the world’s most powerful information medium and; Electronic Banking, the key to electronic commerce.

This mission has been successfully achieved in the form of EasyTel’s “Universal Office”. EasyTel now provides local coverage in most US markets. Across the nation, EasyTel provides local Service in over three thousand cities and communities spanning across 1133 rate centers, in 30 states and Washington DC. EasyTel services are accessible by 85% of the population in the United States through the use of a touch-tone telephone or the internet. NO OTHER EQUIPMENT IS NECESSARY.

Mergers and Acquisitions

EasyTel continues to refine and develop technology while expanding market-share through marketing and strategic acquisition.

During the last three years, InfoUSA has successfully completed seven acquisitions of emerging companies or their assets in the unified communications industry. Principals in a unified communications, messaging, or voice mail companies, anywhere wishing to explore the possibility of a business combination, should direct their inquires via E-Mail.

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