Voiceglo (OTCBB: TGLO), a global communications and networking company, today announced that it has released a beta version of GloConnect, a revolutionary application that consolidates the four most popular instant messaging platforms available today and enables more than 600 million instant messenger users to text message, voice message and phone each other across platforms. Voiceglo is the first company to develop an application that unites all instant messenger networks while allowing users to continue using the same interface they are most comfortable and familiar with.
The revolutionary new GloConnect application uses Voiceglos proprietary Web- and PC-based GloPhone platform to significantly enhance on-line communications in four innovative ways:
- GloConnect empowers users to message each other across platforms such as AOLs AIM, MSNs Messenger,Yahoos Messenger and ICQ from the users preferred messenger application.
- GloConnect enables users to now seamlessly chat via voice or text across multiple platforms using their preferred instant messenger service without requiring accounts with different messenger services.
- GloConnect adds real telephone service, which allows users to make and receive calls to and from any phone worldwide, plus make free peer-to-peer calling to other GloConnect or GloPhone users.
- GloConnect delivers voice messaging right to the users message window allowing emotions to become a part of the users messaging experience.
A quick download of the GloConnect application at www.gloconnect.com enables the instant messenger service and does not alter a users experience with their preferred service. In addition, GloConnect adds a real telephone to all messengers, enabling consumers to make and receive low cost calls to and from traditional phones and wireless phones worldwide via its GloPhone VoIP platform. Instant messenger users can also call any GloConnect buddy worldwide for free anytime right from their PC.
By enabling all the instant messenger platforms to interconnect, GloConnect touches virtually every user on the Web, stated Edward Cespedes, president of Voiceglo. Not only are we increasing the functionality and convenience of instant messaging applications, but we are also re-inventing the entire instant messaging industry and creating a new networking phenomenon with a simple, yet powerful, solution that anyone and everyone can use and very importantly – afford.
In addition to voice, text messaging and free peer-to-peer calling capability across platforms, users who download GloConnect at www.gloconnect.com will have a free ten minute trial enabling the user to call regular phones and wireless phones. Once the trial is complete, users may upgrade through a variety of service options ranging from free to $49.95 per year.
For more information on GloConnect or to download the application for use with any instant messenger platform, please visit www.gloconnect.com.
Headquartered in Fort Lauderdale, Fla., Voiceglo (OTCBB:TGLO) is a global and networking communications company. A subsidiary of theglobe.com (www.voiceglo.com), Voiceglo provides award-winning communications services to thousands of customers worldwide via broadband or dial-up connection. Voiceglos strategy is to provide easy access to Internet phone services for consumers and businesses worldwide to make local, long distance and international calls at rates lower than traditional telecommunications companies. Voiceglos products include the GloPhone (www.glophone.com), a Web and PC-based phone that enables users to make calls while online; GloPBX, a next-generation wireless communications system that turns wireless routers into virtual PBX systems; and GloConnect (www.gloconnect.com), a new overlay application that interacts with Web messengers and allows instant messaging (IM) users to communicate across all IM platforms using advanced IM, e-mail and voice functions.
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