VoiceOne Communications LLC, a wholly owned subsidiary of VoIP Inc., has unveiled its Click4Me.Net Universal Instant Messaging IM Platform, which integrates IM services from AOL, Google’s gTalk, MSN and Yahoo!.
In order to send IMs between the four services, users must sign up for a free Click4Me account at www.Click4Me.Net.
Click4Me.Net is a Web-click calling service utilizing VoIP technology for free phone-to-phone calling and IM. It supports Windows/PC, Mac, Linux and cell phones.
“Our Click4Me.Net service enables cross-platform, cross-network integration and communication convergence, said VoiceOne’s COO and CTO Shawn Lewis. This is just the start. We will be introducing additional services and capabilities that not only will create a universal bridge between all methods of communication, from telephony [and] instant messaging [to] text messaging and multimedia messaging, but also add features and services that go beyond anything now available, he added.
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