Delta Three, a subsidiary of RSL Communications, Ltd. is giving Internet users a new version of the popular e-greeting card.
Delta Three is offering 12 different animated Internet holiday e-greeting cards with a free 10 minute virtual calling card attached. By clicking on a link in the greeting card, the card recipient will automatically access Delta Three’s PC-to-Phone service and will be able to talk from a PC to the regular telephone of the sender. The e-greeting cards are available at [www.deltathree.com].
The unique electronic greeting card, “Friendship Rings(TM)” is made possible by Delta Three’s PC-to-Phone product developed by Ericsson for Delta Three.
“Our e-greetings demonstrate just one possible use of the unique communications opportunity presented by Voice over Internet Protocol,” said Elie Wurtman, CEO of Delta Three. “By giving people an opportunity to try PC-to-Phone, they will see how easy it is to use, and how clear the voice quality is.”
The cards are also available as part of Delta Three’s marketing relationship with theglobe.com at [www.theglobe.com.]
Delta Three is a wholly owned subsidiary of global communications provider RSL Communications Ltd.. Established in 1996, Delta Three was the first company to launch Phone-to-Phone Internet Telephony services. Today, Delta Three operates the world’s largest global managed IP Telephony network, with 37 points of presence in 29 countries. Together with RSL COM, Delta Three offers service to customers in every country in the world. !