ArialPhone Partners with Vonage Internet Calling

MUNDELEIN, IL - ArialPhone Corp., a provider of wireless communications devices and voice-enabling software applications, and Vonage, a provider of digital home telephone service, announced a partnership that combines the capabilities of the wearable ArialPhone with the Vonage's DigitalVoice unlimited local and long distance calling plan. The announcement comes as ArialPhone Corp. has just announced new reduced pricing. ArialPhone is a product that allows users to place phone calls through a computer contact database, such as ACT!, Outlook or Outlook Express, simply by saying a person's name or phone number. It can now be used in conjunction with Vonage DigitalVoice, which offers home phone service including unlimited local and long distance calling, reduced International rates and many of the latest calling features. ArialPhone customers can now choose Vonage DigitalVoice home phone service - all they need is a high-speed Internet connection. "By teaming up with Vonage, we are giving consumers the best that today's telephone communications industry has to offer," said Mike Wagener, President of ArialPhone Corp. "Vonage not only offers excellent rates and all the latest calling features and services, but they have demonstrated a strong commitment to improving the quality and convenience of telephone calling, which is in line with our goals at ArialPhone." "Our partnership with ArialPhone is setting the standard for next-generation telephone communications in the home and office," said Jeffrey Citron, Chairman and Chief Executive Officer of Vonage. "Together, the cutting edge offerings of Vonage DigitalVoice coupled with the ground-breaking capabilities and mobility of ArialPhone produces a complete package that makes traditional telephone service and functionality archaic."
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