Transform your BlackBerry PlayBook into a phone with Toronto's Comwave ePhone

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Comwave, a VoIP home phone and long distance provider, has launched a new BlackBerry PlayBook app. Comwave ePhone is currently the only RIM tablet app that allows you to make and receive phone calls using your PlayBook from anywhere. Additionally, Comwave ePhone allows consumers to make Video Calls to other ePhone users at no additional charge.

"This is a very exciting product for Blackberry Playbook fans offering incredible value at just $20 per year," says Darryl Singer, Comwave's Director of Digital Marketing. "We've converted the Playbook into a fully functional telephone with built-in video where you can call around the globe and receive a call from the office."

For a limited time, consumers can download a 30-day trial and enjoy 100 minutes of free calling to almost 60 countries including Canada, USA, UK, and India. Consumers will also receive their own phone number to receive calls directly to their PlayBook(TM). Consumers will have the option to purchase the app post-trial for $20 per year which includes unlimited incoming calls and 250 minutes per month for outgoing calls.

Comwave is Canada's largest independent communications company specializing VoIP, long distance, and mobile for residential and business customers. 

Company:
Comwave Telecom
Website:
http://www.comwave.net
Location:
Toronto, Ontario, Canada

With over ten years experience providing companies with high level communications, we’re now making giant leaps forward by providing American and Canadians consumers with truly low cost long distance. Long Distance is our specialty and in today’s competitive market we know that price and service is everything. We bring our wholesale strength to our customers and deliver to them services at dramatic savings on each... more


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