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CallingPost™ Increases Lead as Premiere Volunteer Voice Broadcasting Service with Expansion into Canadian and Puerto Rican Markets

why make 25 calls when you can make just one, digitally record it, and let technology call the rest of the team.

CallingPost™ is now reaching to our neighbors in Canada and Puerto Rico, solidifying its growth as North America's One-to-Many Messenger™. The expansion further enhances CallingPost™ services' instant communication effectiveness.

With the expansion, CallingPost™ users will no longer need to make separate calls to Canada and Puerto Rico. They can now import those numbers along with U.S. numbers into the already established, easy-to-use system. Furthering commitment to ease of use, CallingPost™ provides users premium customer service with an extensively trained team of Customer Care Specialists at no additional cost.

CallingPost Communications, Inc., a company seeing record growth since their beginning, is confident the decision to expand across borders will not only benefit current users but will also generate new users in the Canadian and Puerto Rican markets. The CallingPost™ expansion offers the widely-used, cost-effective communication alternative to the new markets in hopes of aiding new users' communication efforts during these budget-tightening times.

"We have been asked by many users with family and friends in Puerto Rico and Canada to provide the ability to send messages there," says Phil Alexander, CEO. "Some of our large user organizations have requested the same, which helps them reach out to their members across the border. We are excited that technology enables us to answer these requests, which ultimately furthers our commitment to our users."

Phil Alexander, former nuclear engineer turned children's soccer coach, first founded CallingPost Communications, Inc. in 1995 after needing a way to reach the team parents without spending hours on the phone. "It was a really simple idea," says Alexander, "why make 25 calls when you can make just one, digitally record it, and let technology call the rest of the team."

CallingPost Communications, Inc. voice broadcasting services include the original, volunteer-based namesake, CallingPost™; the commercial version, PostCalls™; and the emergency services version, Message911™. For more information about CallingPost Communications, Inc. and its services, please visit http://www.callingpost.com.

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