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Voiceserve Inc. (VSRV.OB) Unleashes Blackberry Compatible Mobile Dialer

Wednesday, April 14th, 2010

Voiceserve Inc., a next-generation Internet Telephony software and service provider, today announced the availability of its Blackberry compatible VoIP mobile dialer, which enables Blackberry users to receive phone calls through the Internet 3G or edge without the high international calling rate.

The dialer is designed to work with Voiceserve’s VoipSwitch’s Softswitch platform, and is compatible with alternative third-party SIP compliant platforms.

VoiceServe CEO Michael Bibelman noted that Voiceserve is one of the first pioneers in VoIP dialer services for Blackberry, and he laid out the numbers reflecting the handset’s popularity.

“The addition of the Blackberry VoIP dialer to Voiceserve’s full range of mobile dialers compliments our comprehensive service offering. We are one of the first software companies to offer VoIP dialer solution for Blackberry users, which is the second most popular cellular handset. Blackberry represented approximately 20 percent of the 1.21 billion mobile phones sold worldwide in 2009. Voiceserve’s Vippie dialers, combined with an extensive range of capabilities embedded in our VoIPSwitch and PBX services empowers merchants with the most comprehensive VoIP service available,” Bibelman stated in the press release.

Voiceserve showcased its VoIP dialer for Blackberry at the TMC’s ITEXPO East 2010 in Miami, Florida, in January where it received a Best of Show Award for “Best Service Provider Solution.”

The company also displayed the dialer at the GSMA Mobile World Congress in Barcelona, Spain, in February and the CeBIT Global Conference in Hanover, Germany, in March where the company said it received significant interest from wholesalers, resellers and service providers.

In addition to the dialer for Blackberry, Voiceserve also announced the availability of its VoIP dialer for iPhone, which offers the same cost savings for international calling.

“In addition and due to increasing number of requests from our customers, we are also introducing our ability to offer, directly to consumers, a program to purchase VoIP minutes for their mobile devices,” Bibelman stated. “Our first initiative is with iPhone customers, whereby they may choose to either purchase their minutes through the Apple Apps Store and check out directly within their Apple account, or they may purchase minutes through our web site. Either way, the savings to the individual is tremendous. Importantly our service is quick to download and uniquely offers all call features.”

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Voiceserve, Inc. (VSRV.OB) Gets AppStore Authorization

Friday, March 19th, 2010

Voiceserve Inc., a VoIP (Voice over Internet Protocol) telephony software and service provider, today announced that its VoIP over data connection for iPhone/iPod has been authorized on the Apple Store. It’s an important addition to the company’s Vippie Mobile software, representing one of the first cellular software packages in the market to work across all networks, including 3G edge and WiFi.

Voiceserve’s Voipswitch Mobile dialer is a software package that enables regular cell phone users to make calls using a mobile phone via an Internet connection. As with Voiceserve’s Vippie Mobile Dialer for Symbian (for Nokia, Motorola, Samsung, Sony, etc.), as well as Windows and Android phones, the Voipswitch iPhone dialer will offer all the cellular features to which users have become accustomed, including SMS text messaging, conference calling, call waiting and forwarding, and voice mail.

Voiceserve has developed a simple module, downloadable onto most mobile phone units, allowing ISP services, VoIP resellers, and business entrepreneurs to economically establish a VoIP telephone enterprise. Once the dialer has been downloaded onto the unit, the phone has the capacity to make a call using either 3G, EDGE, or WiFi connection, thus reducing the costs dramatically. Voiceserve’s Voipswitch license has expanded its range of modules to include the full range of mobile dialers, across all networks. A mobile dialer can be used by companies to reduce operational costs, or by individuals who want to save money on their monthly cell phone bill.

Voiceserve CEO, Michael Bibelman, commented on the development. “Heretofore, Voiceserve has focused primarily on delivering next generation services to Internet Telephony Service Providers (ITSPs) located in Europe, Africa and the Middle East, and our revenues have been generated from license sales of our proprietary software, Voipswitch, a custom modular, all-in-one VoIP management platform.”

He continued, “Going forward our company is poised for material revenue acceleration as we quickly expand our geographic reach into the United States and Latin America, while simultaneously adding to our product line of modules, such as cellular dialers. The introduction of our Symbian Mobile dialer in early 2009, enabled our company to experience over a 50 percent increase in business with our customer base at that time as well as bring in new customers. With the addition of the iPhone and soon Blackberry modules, we anticipate great interest from our current customers, as well as an opportunity to attract many new clients.”

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Voiceserve (VSRV.OB) Reports Third Quarter 2010 Financial Results

Friday, February 12th, 2010

Voiceserve Inc. is a low-cost, next-generation internet telephony software and service provider. The company’s products include VoipSwitch, a custom modular all-in-one Voice over Internet Protocol (VoIP) management platform licensing solution for resellers, VoIP airtime minutes bundled with optional convenient features, along with mobile software and video technologies.

The company today reported financial results for its third quarter ended December 31, 2009. Voiceserve reported revenues of $985,000 for the third quarter which compares to $439,000 for the same period of the previous fiscal year, and represents an increase of 31 percent over the current fiscal year second quarter. For the nine month period, Voiceserve generated $2.4 million in revenue, an increase of $1 million, or 72 percent, for the first nine months of the previous year.

Revenue growth for Voiceserve is due to an increase in the sale of VoIP software licenses. The company’s management anticipates a continuation of this growth pace for the foreseeable future as more licenses are sold within its current user base and their VoIP call volumes increase, in addition to geographical expansion into new large markets.

Voiceserve is making steady progress forward. Although the company reported a net loss for the period, the company did report its third sequential quarter of positive cash flow totaling $171,000 for the nine month period. In addition, the company showed strong gross profit margins in the 65-66 percent range. The company’s focus on higher margin license sales is expected to support a continuation of margins in that range. As Michael Bibelman, VoiceServe’s CEO, commented, “Voiceserve is making material progress in fiscal 2010.”

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VoiceServe, Inc. (VSRV.OB) Awarded Best of Show at ITEXPO East 2010

Friday, January 29th, 2010

VoiceServe, Inc., the London-based developer of Voice over Internet Protocol (VoIP) Softswitch (software-based call connection) platform solutions and service provider, announced formally today that during last week’s TMC’s ITEXPO East 2010 in Miami the Company received the coveted “Best of Show” award for “Best Service Provider Solution”.

The ITEXPO is a major event for IP-based communications technology companies, and approximately 100 were on hand to exhibit their products this year when VSRV unveiled the new Vippie for Blackberry, a Session Initiation Protocol, or SIP software phone that lets users make calls over their Wi-Fi, 3G or EDGE connection. Session Initiation Protocol, or SIP, is a signaling protocol used to control multimedia communication sessions.

The Vippie was designed for tight integration with VSRV’s VoipSwitch Softswitch platform. The VoipSwitch blackberry license works with any third party SIP-compliant platform. Availability will begin in February 2010.

CEO of VSRV Michael Bibelman was proud of the prestigious award and of the ability to boast that VSRV is “one of the first companies to provide a VoIP solution for the Blackberry”, noting that this latest development represents a very dynamic phase for the Company in terms of growth that will, no doubt, translate into substantial future revenues.

Bibelman also noted that this “Blackberry SIP phone module completes VoipSwitch’s full range of modules”, due to the fact that VSRV already has SIP clients for all the other significant mobile platforms.

CEO and group editor-in-chief of TMC Rich Tehrani explained that the Best of Show Awards recognized the cream of the crop and served to draw attention to the most innovative and technologically advanced offering featured in the Exhibit Hall.

Tehrani boasted about the success of the ITEXPO, pointing out record traffic and the sheer volume of exciting news from the various exhibitors, as well as the overall quality of the show, due in large part to the efforts of the best-of-show winners.

Tehrani complimented all of the participating companies for helping to make this ITEXPO the “best show ever” and expressed his pride in honoring VSRV and their outstanding products.

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Voiceserve Inc. (VSRV.OB) Announces Record Revenues

Wednesday, July 15th, 2009

Today, Voiceserve Inc. announced that it has achieved record revenues for the fiscal year ending March 31, 2009. Revenues for the year ended March 31, 2009 were $1,931,529, an increase of approximately 107% over last year’s numbers. Comparatively, cost of revenues for 2009 was $1,302,113 versus $836,877 in 2008. The increase in cost of revenues in 2009 relates to a dramatic increase in sales. It is also the result of Voiceserve’s addition of more technology service professionals to service the current clientele.

The gross profit for year end March 2009 was $629,416 compared to $97,605 for 2008. The gross margin in 2009 was 33%. Operating expenses for year end March 2009 were $998,767 as compared to $934,401 for year end March 2008, due in part to higher advertising and selling expenses. Net loss was US$(371,013) in the fiscal year ending March 31, 2009, compared to US$(835,597) in the fiscal year ended March 31, 2008, a decrease of US$464,584, or 56%. The company attributes the loss to an increase in revenues and gross profit.

Michael Bibelman, Voiceserve’s Chief Executive Officer, said, “We are very pleased with Voiceserve’s continued growth in total revenue. Our introduction of new Voipswitch Modules has produced significant revenues, and we believe we will have opportunities to continue to increase software sales. In fiscal 2009, we announced a significant milestone — the introduction of our softphone in Mobile Phones, enabling usage via the Internet when in WIFI zones.”

Alexander Ellinson, Voiceserve President & Chairman added, “These outstanding results with a 107% increase in revenues reflect the market’s acceptance of our software and our focus on delivering high quality VOIP solutions, positive customer experiences, and increased efficiencies. We look forward to continuing to help our customers drive business success and deliver greater revenues in the coming year.”

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VoiceServe Inc. (VSRV.OB) is Bringing VOIP and Cell Technologies to Emerging Markets in the Middle East, Asia and Beyond

Tuesday, January 15th, 2008

With Cell phones being used in almost every part of the world today it is easy to see that there is enormous market potential and revenue prospect. Competition for these customers is fierce. London based VoiceServe has managed to carve out its own niche market with worldwide prepaid Cell services and VoIP technology that is extremely cost effective.

The 13 year telecommunication expert who leads the company is President Alexander Ellison. He has managed one of Belgium’s premier auction houses and served as an independent marketer for a number of publicly traded companies. Mr. Ellison is a Co-Founder of the company and brings a large amount of experience to the firm.

Currently the company is in its initial growth stage using targeted Marketing strategies to get the word out about its products and services. The company is also utilizing a strategic acquisitions strategy, where they recently acquired VOIPSwitch to complement their VOIP services for $3 million in US dollars. This helps enhance the company’s VOIP capabilities and projected VOIP revenues are expected to be $7 million in 2008.

Revenues continue to rise as the company grows its market bases. Last quarter revenue was up $34,000 from the first quarter. Since the company is in its initial growth stages they showed a net loss for the quarter, but as this starts to pay off, the company’s Net Income is anticipated to be in the black. The company has a large potential market with recurring revenue streams, promising to be a winner within the telecommunications industry.

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Beacon Equity Research Featured Company: Voiceserve, Inc. (VSRV.OB)

Monday, January 14th, 2008

Voiceserve Inc. (VSRV.OB) is a telecommunications company based in the UK. The company utilizes an innovative Voice–over-Internet Protocol (VoIP) technology to offer feature-rich, low-cost telecommunications services comparable to traditional landlines.

The Company’s focus is on providing an Internet infrastructure to provide global communication at low costs. Voiceserve’s main product is a VoiceSIM card that closely resembles an ordinary SIM card provided by mobile operators. Their innovative Voice SIM allows customers to receive calls in over 125 countries due to the Company’s proprietary Mobile Network that links to VoIP technology.

Voiceserve, Inc. also sells communications devices, such as USB and VoIP phones. Customers are offered direct dial, Web callback, and caller ID/call forwarding services through the Company’s software. Voiceserve’s business model offers customers savings with incoming calls and outgoing calls on their mobile phones whether they are national or international.

Voiceserve, Inc. believes that five main features differentiate their products from other telecommunications companies. First, the low cost to customers will draw and keep customers. Secondly, a customer can save up to 85% on international calls. Third, the international coverage is one feature that other companies won’t provide. Fourth, the universality of the one SIM card enables more roaming freedom. And finally, the convenience of Voiceserve’s products allows customers to add airtime minutes as they are needed.

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Voiceserve, Inc. (VSRV.OB) Offers VOIP with Voiceout, Looks to Capture Share of Market’s 40% Expected 5 Year Growth Rate

Monday, January 7th, 2008

Voiceserve offers VOIP that enables two registered users to talk free anywhere in the world. All that is needed is an internet connection, Voiceserves downloadable software, and a microphone. These calls are also secure with end-to-end encryption. It does not matter where one is located, as long as both users are registered Voiceserve users, the call is free.

If one caller is not a registered user they offer Voiceout, which enables registered users to make national and international calls at highly reduced rates. These calls can be made to other VOIP users or any registered phone number worldwide. The top 20 destinations can be called for $1.25 a minute; rates can be calculated on the company’s website. They claim that their rates even beat local networks national and mobile rates many times. Rates also do not change at Peak or Off/Peak times giving consumers pricing consistency.

There is no long term contract and billing is straightforward and simple. Creating an account is as simple as registering online and downloading the required software.

They offer a number of add-on services as well. VOIP users can have voicemail, hold, call waiting, and forwarding as well as a number of other services. Adding funds to the account is also fast and easy, once logged into the user profile payments are made through PayPal.

This positions Voiceserve well in the VOIP market that is expected to reach 37 million users by the year 2011. Last year VOIP usage increased 125% showing the rate of adoption is increasing as people become familiar with the service. The company has the product and industry experience necessary to capture the accelerated growth of this emerging market.

Voiceserve is a VOIP solutions provider that was founded in 2002 by a group of Telecom professionals. They offer individuals, businesses and call shops a wide variety of services. These include: VoiceSIM cards, VOIP, Virtual Numbers, Callback, Web Callback, and Call Forwarding. Priding themselves in the latest technologies managed by dedicated technicians, Voiceserve gives consumers complete communication solutions at the best prices.

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Voiceserve, Inc. (VSRV.OB) Gives Business Travelers Alternative to Roaming Charges

Friday, January 4th, 2008

As the global economy becomes increasingly interconnected, overseas business trips have become the norm for many. Those who have traveled abroad know that sending or receiving calls when roaming internationally can leave one with a hefty cell phone bill. This is because of the use of local SIM cards which routes to the local country network then to the origin network. Consequently the local SIM provider pays the country extremely high fees that are then passed onto the consumer.

What makes the VoiceSIM so great is that instead of being a one leg process it is a two leg process. This means when a call is made with the VoiceSIM, a SMS text is sent to the Voice SIM network then the Voiceserve exchange simultaneously calls the destination and SIM card owner within 10-15 seconds which cuts out the need to go through the local network.

By cutting out the local countries, network users can save up to 85% on calls to and from most countries. The number can be a local UK number or up to 35 different countries. Rates vary by country but inbound calls to the SIM range from $.20 on up to $6.00. Outbound calls are generally under a $1 depending on the origin and the destination and can be calculated on Voiceserves website.

SIM’s cost $50 and come filled with the equivalent talk time. They can be filled over the phone or online through email or directly from the handset. Balances and statements can also be seen online or over the phone.

Voiceserve was founded in 2002 by a group of Telecom professionals. They offer individuals, businesses and call shops a wide variety of services. These include: VoiceSIM cards, VOIP, Virtual Numbers, Callback, Web Callback, and Call Forwarding. Priding themselves in the latest technologies managed by dedicated technicians, Voiceserve gives consumers complete communication solutions at the best prices.

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Voiceserve, Inc. (VSRV.OB) Featured by All Penny Stocks

Tuesday, December 11th, 2007 Media, Inc. announced today that its latest article written by the website’s news reporter discusses Voiceserve, Inc., its industry and potential for the future.

The reporter noted that the use of cellphones has changed substantially from its use as only an emergency communications device to a staple of the Western civilization. The abundance of companies, phones and plans governing how to use these phones demonstrate that there are revenues to be generated in this industry. But with many other industries, creating a lead in the competitive field of cellphones involves creativity to capture the customers others may have missed.

A new arrival to the market, Voiceserve, Inc. (OTCBB:VSRV), is a London-based provider of Pay as You Go and prepaid cellphone services to markets outside North America. The company’s latest forays into the market of Voice over Internet Protocol (VoIP) are examples of its accomplishments during its time “outside the box”. The company was founded in 2002 and intends to establish satellite offices in Belgium, Holland, Israel, Switzerland, South Africa and the U.S.

The full version of this special report on VSRV can be found at the following link: VSRV Report

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VoiceServe, Inc (VSRV.OB) Share Prices Rise 15.38%

Monday, December 10th, 2007

VoiceServe, Inc’s (VSRV.OB) share price increased 15.38% during Monday’s trading session. Recently, VoiceServe was granted a $1.65 price target, and investors reacted favorably to this price target. The stock could continue upward momentum within the upcoming week, as investors have taken a keen eye on VoiceServe.

Voiceserve is a UK-based provider of low-cost Pay as You Go and prepaid cell phone services through the GSM Network. The company primarily serves customers in Africa, Europe, and the Middle East. VoiceServe’s products include Voice over Internet Protocol airtime minutes bundled with optional convenient features, including virtual numbers, direct dial, web callback, call forwarding, Softphone and no roaming.

Voiceserve is also in the process of launching their Voice SIM product. This product will be able to reduce mobile phone bills for international travelers, as users will only utilize the Voiceserve network and will not incur roaming rates through other networks. Voiceserve also expects to open satellite field offices in the Middle East and Africa. Additional offices are planned for Belgium, Holland, Israel, South Africa, Switzerland and the U.S.

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Beacon Equity Research Awards Voiceserve, Inc. (VSRV.OB) a $1.65 Price Target

Tuesday, December 4th, 2007

Voiceserve Inc. is a telecommunicatiosn company based in the UK that utilizes a unique Voice over Internet Protocol (VoIP) technology that offers rich features and low cost telecommunications services. The company’s main product is the VoiceSIM card. Although it appears to look just like any other SIM card, it has the exceptional ability to enable customers to receive phone calls in over 125 countries because of the Company’s proprietary Mobile Network that connects with VoIP technology.

Recently the company signed a non-binding agreement to acquire Voipswitch Inc. for $3 million in cash and stock. The company is focused on developing and implementing various types of software that facilitate the deployment of VoIP services. To date, Voipswitch has already implemented over 500 VoipSwitch systems around the globe. Voiceserve’s management anticipates the closing of this acquisition by the end of this year. The acquisition will add to revenues without delay, which could surpass $7.2 million in 2008.

According to a study completed by Analysts, cellular VoIP services will gain a strong position in both the VoIP and wireless communication markets. The wireless VoIP has potential to carry up to 28% of total fixed and mobile voice minutes in the United States and 23% in Western Europe by 2015. It has been predicted that revenue from cellphone based IP voice services will exceed fixed-line VoIP revenues by the year 2012, generating sales of $18.6 billion in the US and $7.3 billion in Western Europe.

Becon Equity Research’s Analyst stated, “All VSRV’s main products are fully developed and already being marketed. The uniqueness of Voiceserve is that it generates revenues not only from product sales, but also from being a service provider. The penetration of VoIP services is likely to increase by 30% per year through 2011, providing VSRV with a significant opportunity to increase market share and revenues by capitalizing on the unique benefits of its product offerings.”

In summary he concluded, “Going forward, the Company plans to further extend the market reach of its service offering, build distribution partnerships within the calling cards market and develop complementary segments such as wholesale VoIP termination, device-to-phone, PC-to-phone/Web-to-phone, IPTV and more. Through a combination of acquisitions and expansion in the US and EU markets, VSRV management expects to report 2007 calendar year revenue of $0.5 million and calendar year revenues of $7.2 million in 2008. As a result of these factors and also considering the strong industry outlook, we are initiating coverage of Voiceserve Inc. with a Speculative Buy rating and a $1.65 price target.”

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Voiceserve, Inc. (VSRV.OB) Expands Distribution to Include Angola

Tuesday, November 27th, 2007

Voiceserve announced that it has entered an agreement with Santana & Ennesto Telecomunicaciones, Limitada of Angola, a company licensed to trade telecommunication services in Angola. As outlined in the terms of the agreement, Santana & Ennesto will market and distribute Voiceserve’s services to the Angolan market. A significant emphasis will be on Voiceserve’s VoiceSIM product, which is specifically designed to reduce costly roaming charges.

Alexander Ellinson, President and Chairman of Voiceserve, stated, “Angola Telecom’s fixed-line network still serves a very small part of the population, whereas the mobile market penetration is growing rapidly at a much quicker pace than the fixed line connections. This shows the huge potential of Voiceserve’s VoiceSIM products in that market.

He continued, “Voiceserve is actively launching its products worldwide, having recently signed a contract with Reston Communications, a veteran leader in the global calling card market, to distribute Voiceserve’s products in the United States and Europe. We are confident that our strategy will help brand Voiceserve as a global telecommunications leader.”

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Voiceserve, Inc. (VSRV.OB) Announces Significant Increase in Q2 Revenues

Monday, November 26th, 2007

Voiceserve reported today that the revenues generated in the second quarter of FY 2008 increased to $110,866; a 44% increase when compared to the first fiscal quarter of 2008. The company also announced increasing independence from reliance on any single dealer.

Voiceserve CEO Michael Bibelman stated, “This was our first quarter reporting as a public company. Although the cost of being public has placed an additional expense burden on our company, we are now able to access the capital markets in order to meet the growth demands we are seeing in our industry. We believe our unique business model will allow us to offer tremendous cost-savings to our customers seeking reliable high quality global phone service.”

President and Chairman Alexander Ellinson commented, “We are very encouraged with the increase in revenues. An impressive approximate 12,000 subscribers have already downloaded Voiceserve’s PC-to-phone software. As we continue forward with our business, following the imminent purchase of VoipSwitch Inc., we expect dramatic increases in sales maintaining the momentum through our wide range of products to hit approximately $7 million in revenues by the end of December 2008.”

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Voiceserve, Ltd. (VSRV.OB) Announces Promotion through

Monday, November 26th, 2007

Voiceserve will be featured in upcoming Daily Newsletters, Daily Blogs, Message Boards, and the Small Cap Daily Internet broadcasts put out by QualityStocks. QualityStocks has over 400,000+ subscribers to The Daily Stock Newsletter, which is a free service that collects data from hundreds of Small-Cap and Micro-Cap online Investment Newsletters and puts it all into one Free Daily Newsletter Report.

Alexander Ellinson, President of Voiceserve, has the company focused on providing a unique VoIP service that utilizes the services of wireless devices to make calls for a fraction of the price compared to conventional technologies. The Company’s primary source of revenues comes from their worldwide reseller channels as resellers connect with Voiceserve via VoIP to facilitate their own telecom companies anywhere in the world without infrastructure costs.

Mr. Ellinson stated, “Voiceserve has a unique and solid business foundation, and appreciates the opportunity to sponsor the Quality Stocks Newsletter, Video and Blogs. QualityStocks is providing a much needed service in the micro-cap and small-cap markets.”

Michael McCarthy, Director of Business Development for, stated that he is excited to have Voiceserve as a featured company. He continued to say that Voiceserve is methodically establishing itself as a category leader.

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Voiceserve, Inc. (VSRV.OB) Making Strong Moves to Dominate the Telecommunication Industry

Tuesday, November 20th, 2007

Voiceserve offers a plethora of telephone services, but their primary focus is on their roaming free SIM cards and has made great progress signing distribution agreements to deliver the SIMs to companies worldwide; including a company who has a license to run telecom services in Angola.

Approximately mid-December of this year, the company plans to launch PC SMS which will allow clients to SMS from their computers to any mobile user worldwide at a greatly reduced cost. SMS has exploded in popularity and the new service is expected to be hit as many now prefer to use the text messaging service rather than make a phone call.

Voiceserve is also engaged in promoting its VoIP services through ATA’s and its PC2Phone software. Currently over 12,000 users have downloaded PC2Phone and the number is reportedly growing on a daily basis.

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Voiceserve Inc. (VSRV.OB) – Cheaper Communications Costs, More Business Done

Monday, November 19th, 2007

Often times the business traveler doesn’t understand his company’s reluctance to send him off to visit clients face to face. It’s certainly not because it’s not effective, it’s usually based upon cost considerations. Take Cell phone communications for example. When the global business man uses his cell phone in another country, he’s besieged with cost structures that frighten even the most liberal CFO’s. Roaming charges, as the phone is transferred from network to network, accumulate. In a short period of time, significant charges are built up, charges that can be so daunting as to hinder the users use of the device.

Industry studies have shown that pressure from corporate CFO’s to keep costs down have impaired some sales forces’ use of Cell phones. Sales calls that aren’t considered to be of the highest probability of being successful aren’t being made. But a call not made, can never be successful, and Sales managers are constantly quarreling with Financial Officers and “cost cops”. But now Voiceserve is determined to change that.

Voiceserve is a UK based company and is a provider of low-cost Pay as You Go and prepaid cell phone services via the GSM Network to customers primarily in Africa, Europe and the Middle East. Products already Developed include Voice over Internet Protocol (VoIP) airtime minutes bundled with an array of interesting optional features, which can include virtual numbers, direct dial, web callback, call forwarding, and “no roaming.” Customers can purchase local virtual numbers, from over 29 countries, which allows them to have a “virtual presence” in many foreign Countries without the costs involved in maintaining a branch in those areas. But also, with local numbers in as many as 50 different cities in a single country, Customers can expand their virtual presence across a wider spectrum of physical areas.

What makes Voiceserve confident that they can help those Chief financial officers feel better about global travel? Voiceserve is in the process of launching its Voice SIM that will dramatically reduce mobile phone bills for international travelers. How? Because users will be exclusively on the Voiceserve network and will not incur roaming rates through other networks. Access to Voiceserve’s network allows customers savings on average of up to 85% on international calls. Consider this for a moment.

The roaming costs incurred by the international traveler are quite exorbitant. Voiceserve’s technology bypasses the roaming on other Networks offered by the phone, and allows access to their own VOIP based network, saving the caller huge sums of money. This is how it’s done. The customer buys “airtime” that’s preloaded on a SIM. He inserts the SIM in his phone and goes on his way. When a call is made, the Voiceserve SIM changes the initial call into a text message that goes to Voiceserve’s network. The network recognizes the message, then routes the call via VOIP, and within ten seconds, the call is going through; but at significantly reduced rates.

With their recently announced acquisition of VoipSwitch, a recognized leader in the deployment of VOIP technologies, VoiceServe will enjoy the benefits of an in house, fully scalable VOIP network solution, complete with customizable billing options already imbedded. This will enable VoiceServe to better integrate the VOIP services into its 4 main streams of revenue generation.

With its acquisition of VOIPSwitch, VoiceServe solidifies it’s revenue streams via it’s “Call shop” business, it’s wholesale international minutes business, it’s residential and Business VOIP minutes business, and now the mobile SIM connectivity. With new satellite offices planned for the Middle East and Africa, additional offices are planned for Belgium, Holland, Israel, South Africa, Switzerland and the United States. VoiceServe is positioning itself to be a unique and successful provider in the mobile and VOIP telecom space.

With VoiceServe’s approach to mobile pre-purchased VOIP SIM’s, financial officers no longer have to fear exorbitant mobile bills, and Sales managers can send their sales forces out without the overhang of fear from cost backlash. This is a technology and solution that’s right for this time and VoiceServe stands to benefit along with the businesses it helps.

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Voiceserve, Inc. (VSRV.OB) is “One to Watch”

Friday, November 16th, 2007

Voiceserve provides “Pay as You Go” and prepaid cell phone services through the GSM Network to customers around the world, in addition to offering Voice over Internet Protocol (VoIP) airtime minutes combined with optional features such as virtual numbers, direct dial, web callback, call forwarding, Softphone and no roaming.

The company is currently in the process of launching its Voice SIM that will substantially reduce international travelers’ mobile phone bills since it causes phones to operate exclusively on Voiceserve’s network; consequently, preventing roaming rates charged by other networks. Voice Serve intends to expand by opening satellite field offices in the Middle East and Africa, and adding additional offices in Belgium, Holland, Israel, South Africa, Switzerland and the U.S.

Voiceserve is committed to increasing its client base by utilizing four sales channels which include: Retailers, Resellers, the Internet, and Advertising. The company offers consumers many compelling features such as 85% savings on calls from most international destinations, free incoming calls in most of Europe, the ability to connect anywhere in the world, and the advantage of using a single SIM card in over 120 countries.

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