Berkeley, CA, November 13, 2009 --(PR.com
)-- "We believe that this new service offers a unique opportunity for entrepreneurs in the developing countries to generate revenues by providing affordable telecommunications services to the low-income callers. Connecting people across the borders will have a long-lasting positive impact on the local economies," says Daniel Jensen, VP of Marketing at iWorldServices, Inc.
Built on open-source technologies, the private label websites empower local entrepreneurs to run their own Internet-based telecom ventures in the underserved world regions with inadequate infrastructures and fragmented communications. “You can no longer run a modern-day telecom business on horse-and-buggy technologies, no matter where you are,” says Paul Falchi, the company’s CEO and founder. “This is where iWorldService comes in.”
As a result, distributors are attracted to the company’s telephone solutions because they offer a competitive edge over the other vendors that just sell cheap routes. “iWorldServices gave me all the tools I need to run my own successful reseller network under my own label and with my own rates,” says Adeel Saddique, owner of AWAZ.me. ”They also trained me to use them and provided very efficient technical support, so I feel confident running my business with their technology.”
About iWorldServices, Inc.
iWorldServices plans, develops and deploys new telecommunications and Internet services and tools for VoIP resellers, small businesses and entrepreneurs in developing countries. A socially responsible company, iWorldServices promotes and enables business entrepreneurship worldwide.
Learn about iWorld Services at: www.iworldservices.com
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