VoiceWeaver Adds Secure Voice Communications to Personal Web Sites

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Saves friends and families from long distance charges.

CAMERON PARK, CA, February 18, 2003 – StreamComm Corporation has just released VoiceWeaver, new communication software which enables people to communicate over the Internet for FREE through their own web sites. VoiceWeaver supports text messaging and allows people to talk with each other - just like using a telephone.

Brian C. Wiles, CEO of StreamComm, said that VoiceWeaver is easy to use. “It creates everything for you, and all you have to do is transfer some files to your site.” It is also cost-effective. “We think $99 is a small price to pay to permanently avoid long-distance charges for calls anywhere in the world.”

When VoiceWeaver is installed on a site, other people do not need to buy anything to use that site. By simply visiting the site, the VoiceWeaver browser plug-in is automatically installed on their PC. There are no large downloads or complicated installation procedures to follow. Visitors just log in and start making calls.

VoiceWeaver is more secure from eavesdropping than other popular products that only use 128-bit encryption. The software further guards privacy by using cutting-edge 2048-bit encryption.

“VoiceWeaver is great for people who don’t trust the bigger messaging services with their personal conversations,” said Wiles. “We designed VoiceWeaver for those sites that want to give their visitors a more convenient and quicker means of communicating without having to pay hundreds of dollars per month for that service.”

Pricing and Availability

The list price for VoiceWeaver is $99.99. It is now available at:


About StreamComm

StreamComm Corporation develops communications products for consumers and businesses worldwide. Founded in 1999, the company has pioneered the use of the Internet for voice communications. More information on the company may be found at:


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