even through the release of Microsoft's Internet Explorer 7. We can now confidently make CoPilot Console™ available to a wider audience and invite those interested in trying CoPilot to visit www.copilotconsole.com. We have even decided to continue our offer of 100 free minutes to anyone who would like to try out CoPilot during the Beta release.
Vancouver, BC, Canada (PRWEB) January 12, 2007
Verb Exchange Inc. (TSX-V:VEI) announces that it is offering a package of 100 free minutes of long distance calling to anywhere in the world with the Beta release of its CoPilot Console™ product. CoPilot has also been integrated with HüPad™, a vertical search tool that returns a more relevant and efficient search result on the Web.
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.
The viral distribution of the 'Invitation Only Beta' provided Verb with over 6,000 new users at the end of December. This is significantly more than anticipated, as people throughout the world took advantage of the product's cost efficiencies and experienced the convenience of using CoPilot as their long distance calling service. The ease of initiating a long distance call on CoPilot, and the convenience of not having to use a VoIP device, or headphones attached to a computer, was a winning combination that resulted in nearly 100,000 minutes of calling across the globe and the growth trend has continued through the first part of 2007.
"Technically, our systems performed very well," said Craig Goldenberger, Verb's CEO, "even through the release of Microsoft's Internet Explorer 7. We can now confidently make CoPilot Console™ available to a wider audience and invite those interested in trying CoPilot to visit http://www.copilotconsole.com. We have even decided to continue our offer of 100 free minutes to anyone who would like to try out CoPilot during the Beta release."
To get your CoPilot, and to receive your 100 minutes of free call time, just visit http://www.copilotconsole.com
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.