VOIP service provider announces that they have successfully signed thousands of SunRocket customers.
The SunRocket demise is of course gold for other VOIP companies. As reported earlier today VOIP providers extend special deals for SunRocket victims. "In the past 48 hours our U.S.-based customer service team has signed up thousands of SunRocket subscribers and has answered thousands of inquiries on the phone and via our online Live Sales Chat," said Brendan Brader, ViaTalk CEO. "In order to meet the needs of these stranded customers, we have substantially increased our network capacity and have increased our call center staffing. Also, to assist former SunRocket customers, we are currently offering a contract buyout in the form of six months of service credit as well as free ground shipping of equipment."
ViaTalk has a variety of offers, including 1 year of service for $199, and 3 months of free service for new subscribers.
ViaTalk was launched in 2005 by Brader and company CTO John Reyes. In 1999, they launched HostRocket.com, which is today a debt-free multi-million dollar web hosting business that has hosted over 100,000 websites.
More details on the ViaTalk site.
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