Following last week’s announcement, Babble.net – the internet telephony service provider – is to formally launch its Internet Phone Service VAR program at the VoIP for Business Conference, March 21st 2007.
[UKPRwire, Thu Mar 22 2007] Following last week’s announcement, Babble.net – the internet telephony service provider – is to formally launch its Internet Phone Service VAR program at the VoIP for Business Conference, March 21st 2007.
With a further  companies already in discussions with Babble following the Sportsgate announcement on 16th March 2007, the company’s internet phone service program allows third party organisations to deliver their own branded internet telephony and content services to customers without the need to buy, build or own a communications infrastructure.
Allan Howse, CEO of Babble.net, said:
“One of our major initiatives for 2007 is the roll-out of our VAR program. We have invested significant resources in the IPS program and the development of our technologies. Existing internet businesses can now add our capabilities as part of their own brand and sell an entirely new set of services to their existing customers. It has a very low cost of entry and can therefore benefit any organisation which has a core set of customers or target audience.”
IPS is presented as: ‘your brand, your website, your customer’. Babble provides a set of tools and APIs that enable the customer to launch services via their existing website. Features and tools include: hosted SIP-based communications; voicemail, whitelabel softphone, web APIs and links while optional extras include telephony features, sales & advertising features and support and admin features.
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Babble is a software application and internet communication service that supports voice over internet (VoIP) calls to landlines, mobiles and other internet-based users. The application provides users with a simple and easy way to communicate from their PC, allowing users to talk, send instant messages (chat) and SMS text messages directly from their desktop. As a software-based application it can be downloaded and used by anyone with a PC and an internet connection, anywhere in the world. Babble has over 100,000 registered users and has been awarded a Silver Award, second to Skype, in the UK’s leading internet magazine WebUser ahead of BT, Yahoo and others, with Babble being voted ‘best value’ overall. For further information, visit www.babble.net.
The Babble™ internet telephony service is provided Babble.net Group plc (OFEX: BABO), a provider of Internet-based communication services and software.
For information about babble, please contact:
Allan Howes (Babble.net Group plc) 020 7101 1200
Jade Mamarbachi / Robert Koh (gth media relations) 020 7153 8035