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MIAMI–(BUSINESS WIRE)–netTALK.com, Inc. (“netTALK”) (OTCBB: NTLK), a consumer electronics and cloud-based software as a service (SaaS) telecommunications technology company, announces the release of an all-new version of its Android app. The enormously popular netTALK Android app already enables free calling throughout the US and Canada from most Android devices. The new, vastly improved version adds the option to purchase calling credits directly through the app itself and from netTALK’s mobile site, easily enabling convenient direct-dial global calling at some of the lowest rates in the industry.

“We have been overwhelmed with the popularity of the netTALK Android app,” said Anastasios ‘Takis’ Kyriakides, President and CEO. “With the netTALK Android app there is no reason to pay for a high-minute cellular calling plan, ever again. The number one request from our customers has been to help them avoid high international cellular calling rates. We have listened closely and have now solved this problem by introducing this all-new version of the Android app with the ability to quickly and easily buy international calling credits directly through the app itself or from our mobile site at unbelievably low international calling rates.”

The Android app is available for free download from the Google Play store and the Amazon App Store for Android. A version for the iPhone and iPad will be available in the near future.

Mr. Kyriakides concluded, “It’s the perfect complement to the netTALK DUO, which famously enables anyone to ‘Fire Your Phone Company!®’ The netTALK smartphone app enables anyone to slash their cell phone bills and, now, to do the same for their international cell phone tariffs that are on average, 20%-30% cheaper than our competitors. Now that’s something to TALK about!”

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  1. Pros – inexpensive, plugs into your router, not computer Cons – MDTF (dial tones), throughout your conversation, broken conversations, and when something does go bad, you have over an hour to two hour on hold time, with the obnoxious voice droning over and over again the hours of operations. This alone is enough to not buy this product. When it is not fixable and you have to wait for an replacement takes over a week to deliver, so no phone while you wait,

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