Another 700,000 VoIP Users Can be Contacted on the +87810 ENUM Service

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From today, 700,000 users of the VoIP pioneers FWD are provisioned with the global country code +87810.

As of today, FWD'ers (http://www.freeworlddialup.com) can now be contacted from all VoiP, enum enabled networks without the callers having to find and add prefixes.

They simply have to dial 87810 1 393 followed by a 6 digit FWD subscriber number. Using this number will also allow user to receive SMS and Multi-Media services. The number also acts as a global directory, which may contain your email, Instant Messenger, Website, FTP or location based information.

ENUM links telephone numbers with URLs, email addresses, and IP addresses, allowing a single telephone number to point to multiple services and communications devices. The number can then be looked up on the Internet the same way a domain name is found on the Web.

In fact, this number can be used as a global business card, containing all the users up to date and accurate information. "On the market today, are many enum based devices or applications which allow you to benefit from using this new number range compared to traditional telephone numbers," said Alex Nikolov (Technical Director, at Enum2go Ltd).

Any existing VoIP user can now obtain this new and exciting global resource by going to http://www.enum2go.com and registering for their own personal number. This is a number they can keep for life and will only cost £12 a year plus a one off activation fee. The 878-10 Country Code is an I.T.U. delegated number resource for the purposes of Universal Personal Telephony.

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