The Sky™Radio interview will assist in introducing CoPilot to a more massive, targeted audience, that will readily understand the utility of the product.
Vancouver, BC, Canada (PRWEB) January 15, 2007
Verb Exchange Inc. (TSX-V:VEI) is pleased to announce that the company's newest product, CoPilot Console™, will be featured by Sky™Radio on American Airlines In-Flight Audio. The segment features an interview with Craig Goldenberger, Verb CEO, and discusses the benefits and features of Copilot Console™. The interview will reach as many as 4,200,000 passengers on over 29,000 flights during the broadcast period.
"Although we have limited the pre-beta release of CoPilot to our existing customers and associates, CoPilot is already exhibiting definite signs of viral distribution, which will undoubtedly become a cornerstone to the success of the product," commented Goldenberger. "The Sky™Radio interview will assist in introducing CoPilot to a more massive, targeted audience, that will readily understand the utility of the product."
CoPilot Console™ is Verb's proprietary desktop-based application that allows end users to place phone calls over the Internet without the need for any specific hardware, effectively allowing users to make cheaper long distance calls without a VoIP device (phone or gateway). CoPilot Console™ eliminates the need to carry extra devices when traveling, allowing the end user to capitalize on the cost effectiveness of VoIP while still utilizing their cell phone, or indeed, any existing land line, anywhere in the world. CoPilot Console™ also allows the user to send SMS (Short Message Service) text messages from their desktop.
About Verb Exchange:
Verb Exchange, a Mobile Lifestyle Company, provides advanced Unified Communication solutions via the Packet Network. Packet Networks include not only the World Wide Web, but also internal corporate networks. Verb Exchange products and services simplify voice, wireless, fax, e-mail and web-based communications for people and businesses on the move. The technology allows users to manage their communications, contacts and messages from any device, anywhere in the world.
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