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Voice Over IP Provider Intros MSI Connect Products and Services
By Rajani Baburajan, TMCnet Contributor
A provider of international Voice over Internet Protocol communications, My Social Income recently adopted the new corporate name to reflect the company's move to bring VoIP telephony products into the mainstream.
John A. Roberts, CEO and chairman of the Board, said, “I am confident, especially with these new “MSI Connect” and “MSI Connect BROADBAND” products and services, that our international sales are going to be exceptional with both our existing distributor base and new company partners.”
MSI Connect is based on a hybrid of Internet technology and local access phone numbers. It allows a caller to call from any landline or cell phone to anywhere in the world in a hassle-free and very cost effective way, the company said. The solution does not require hardware, Internet connection or technical expertise and provides a “Portable Long Distance” service for mobile users or for families without broadband Internet service to enjoy the benefits of the service as well as save on all of their calls
The second solution, MSI Connect BROADBAND, targets the customer who has existing Broadband Internet service. This product is built around products from industry leaders like Linksys and Cisco (News - Alert) and features a simple ‘plug and play’ hardware implementation.
MSI Connect BROADBAND base plan includes two telephone circuits, each with a separate dial tone. One of the circuits has an inbound number to allow incoming calls from the old, legacy telephone system and both circuits can make outgoing calls to any regular phone line in the world, at very low cost calling rates.
Company officials claim that MSI Connect BROADBAND can result in a cost savings of up to 80 percent on phone bills and will be offered to individuals in the U.S., Mexico, Canada, Central and South America, Europe and Asia via the company's Web site.
Rajani Baburajan is a contributing editor for TMCnet. To read more of Rajani's articles, please visit her columnist page.
Edited by Stefania Viscusi