VoiceServe Introduces a Softphone for Apple's iPhone, iPod and iPad

Updated: January 06, 2011

VoiceServe Inc. (OTCBB: VSRV | PowerRating), a low-cost, next-generation Internet Telephony software and service provider, announced today that its wholly-owned subsidiary, VoipSwitch now offers a Vippie softphone dialer for Apple iPhones, iPods and iPads. VoipSwitch's softphone even enables iPad owners to use the tablet computer as a cell phone. The Vippie dialer requires access to the Internet and an account with VoipSwitch's Call-to-PBX. Users are able to make and receive calls, use voicemail, dial from contact lists, record calls and more using the Vippie dialer.

The Call-to-PBX "iPhone softphone" is designed specifically to leverage the iPhone's unique capabilities on all its devices. The Call-to-PBX softphone works just like standard SIP softphones and features a sophisticated, yet simple to use, interface. Connectivity is either through 3G, Edge or Wi-Fi. Communication
between registered users is free and the Call-to-PBX dialer can use contacts from the iPhone. The dialer shows the charge per minute when dialing a given destination and the time span of the call, and even the balance on the user's account. It also maintains call logs with a capability to redial and provides direct access to voicemails.

Michael Bibelman, VoiceServe's CEO, commented, "Our Vippie dialer adds a key function to already versatile Apple products by providing economic VoIP dialing services that offer more functionality and are as easy to use as common land line telephones. Our dialer enables customers to call anywhere in the world using low cost VoIP rates on their iPhones, iPods and iPads. VoiceServe's Vippie dialer for these Apple products is available at the Apple's iTunes website under calltopbx."

About VoiceServe, Inc.

VoiceServe is a software platform provider focusing primarily on delivering affordable, complete, next generation services to Internet Telephony Providers (ITSPs). 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, including virtual numbers, direct dial, web callback, and call forwarding; IP-PBX; and mobile softphone, and video technologies. For further information please visit www.voiceserve.com.

More information about VoipSwitch can be found on http://www.voipswitch.com.

Certain statements in this news release may constitute "forward-looking" statements within the meaning of section 21E of the Securities and Exchange Act of 1934. The Company believes that its expectations, as expressed in these statements are based on reasonable assumptions regarding the risks and uncertainties inherent in achieving those expectations. These statements are not, however, guarantees of future performance and actual results may differ materially. Risk factors are listed in the most recent Annual Report on Form 10-K and Quarterly Report on Form 10-Q filed with the Securities and Exchange Commission.

SOURCE: Voiceserve Inc.

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