The Future of Communications is Here and Saving you Money!

By: Josh Semke

Communicating with loved ones just became easier than ever with the introduction of our "Annual Plan". You receive the highest quality phone service, unlimited nationwide calling and all of the "extra features" that you deserve for the low cost of $16.59 per month.

The rising cost of a gallon of gasoline has forced many of Americans to think long and hard about their vacation plans as well as unnecessary trips to see family and friends. The smart alternative is to make a Video Call and visit anytime you want for Free! The Tango VTA videophone is a one-of-a-kind broadband phone adapter with a built-in LCD screen that turns any regular home phone into a state-of-the-art, full motion videophone.

"The Tango VTA received rave reviews during its debut at the 2007 Consumer Electronics Show," said 8x8 Vice President of Marketing & Sales Huw Rees. "8x8's goal in developing this device was to create a very stylized, consumer friendly product that delivers outstanding video communications at an affordable price. Additionally, by enabling users to plug their regular home phone into the device and make voice-only Internet calls as well as video calls, we expanded the functionality beyond that of competitive offerings."

This annual plan extends to your basic phone calling as well. You may not be ready for a videophone, but you can still receive the highest quality service and all of our features on your regular telephone. 8x8 delivers digital phone service to you using your existing telephones and that means "no extra equipment" for you to buy. The annual plan allows you to lower your monthly phone bill to $16.59 per month, the best deal available anywhere.

Keeping in touch with family and friends has never been more fun or affordable. Whether you are ready for the experience of live video communications like we watch in the movies or just want to save over $500 per year off your phone bills, 8x8 has the solution for you!

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