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Vopium Adds 25 More Countries for Its Low Cost Calling Solution!!

Copenhagen, August 26, 2009 Vopium, the leading international mobile communications company, today announced the launch of its mobile VoIP service in 25 new countries, offering low-cost and free international mobile phone calls. By installing the free Vopium application on any of the more than 900 supported GSM mobile handsets, callers around in the new countries can now also take advantage of high-quality and affordable international calling. With the launch, Vopium is now available across 45 markets in all major territories including North- and South America, Western- and Eastern Europe, Africa, Middle East and Asia Pacific. To get started, mobile subscribers can visit www.vopium.com. Once registered, all new users receive 30 free minutes of talk time and 30 free SMS.

Tanveer Sharif, CEO of Vopium, said, "Hundreds of thousands of consumers are already enjoying the savings on international cell mobile phone calls that Vopium offers. The roll out of Vopium in 25 new countries meets the ever increasing demand we have experienced since our international launch last year. Particular in the economic climate, the entire world is facing at the moment consumers are keen to cut costs wherever possible. International telephony rates are still outrageously high, but with the geographical expansion, we are delighted to solve that problem by enabling even more consumers to save heavily on international phone calls”.

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