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TMCNet:  GetVoIP.com Launches Weekly Recap Shows

[November 05, 2012]

GetVoIP.com Launches Weekly Recap Shows

(PR Web Via Acquire Media NewsEdge) New York, NY (PRWEB) November 05, 2012 GetVoIP.com, a leading Voice Over IP provider directory and research website, has announced the airing of weekly recap shows. The weekly video review will be available every Friday through GetVoIP’s Youtube channel as well as their website. Besides offering the best insights on the market, GetVoIP also shares a colorful personality that virtually no other provider news site can boast. GetVoIP.com has quickly established itself as a trustworthy VoIP Service Providers guide, keeping up with the VoIP industry and offering the most current information as it unfolds.

Featured in each weekly recap, will be the review and analysis of some of the hottest headlines in the VoIP industry for that week. Since the turn of November, GetVoIP.com has already completed two installments of the show, covering news from some of the biggest names in Business VoIP, such as 8x8, Inc, Polycom, ShoreTel, Cisco, and others. The VoIP service directory hopes to “capture and engage” their audience by creating an experience that is both entertaining and informative throughout. Additionally, the show is intended to serve as a means of catching up with a technology that is swiftly progressing with each passing day.

Included on both their VoIP Blog and YouTube Channel, are direct links to the news covered within the show. Also featured on the GetVoIP Video Channel, are how-to videos, comprehensive reviews, and live event coverage, notably from this year’s ITExpo West in Austin, Texas. GetVoIP.com prides itself on being an all-encompassing provider news and blog site, offering comparisons, ratings, and other elements to assist VoIP shoppers in finding the perfect VoIP provider. Not satisfied with just delivering the news, GetVoIP.com have had an active year, acting as a reliable medium between consumers and providers.

The team at GetVoIP.com invites and encourages VoIP users to rate, share comments, and submit VoIP Reviews of their VoIP Service experience their site. This in combination with the newly added video reviews only accentuates GetVoIP’s esteemed reputation in featuring the most trustworthy residential and business VoIP reviews, hands-on support, best calling solutions, latest industry news, provider analysis, and service ratings.

About GetVoIP.com: GetVoIP.com is a pioneering VoIP news publication and VoIP provider directory based in Great Neck, New York. The site addresses all facets of the VoIP industry, while offering guidance and assistance to VoIP shoppers seeking the perfect VoIP provider tailored to one's specific telephone needs. GetVoIP’s team offers breaking news, unparalleled product reviews, insightful analysis, and stimulating content to a global audience. GetVoIP is NOT affiliated with any VoIP provider company – featuring 100% unbiased VoIP provider directories designed to guide consumers in making the best decision for VoIP telephone needs. To contact GetVoIP.com, visit http://getvoip.com/ or email contact(at)getvoip(dot)com.

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