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Dishnet-DSL launches VoIP card

20-July-2002
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Dishnet-DSL launches VoIP card

Dishnet-DSL launched "helloworld", its Internet telephony card. The VoIP card will be available from Rs 100 onwards and goes up to Rs 10,000. The higher end product is targeted towards bulk and corporate users, says a company release. The VoIP cards will be available from Friday across the country through its 34 PoP (points of presence) locations covering over 200 cities and towns, and over 2000 outlets.

The ``helloworld'' comes with built-in Internet connectivity to facilitate anytime, anywhere access. A subscriber will dial the number 172341, with login name as ``helloworld'' and password as "DishnetDSL", to reach dialhelloworld.com.

The company plans to offer its DSL customers Rs 6,000 worth of VoIP time at the rate of Rs 1,000 every month for the next six months to all the buyers of DishnetDSL's Optima DSL plan.

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