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2007 News Releases

In this section of the Lingo News Room, you'll find our news releases. The releases are listed in chronological order and are archived by year.

Oct 30, 2007
Lingo chosen "Editors' Pick" by Wired for Voice Over Internet Protocol (VoIP)
When Wired magazine tested and compared eight VoIP services for their Winter 2008 Test issue, Lingo (www.lingo.com), a subsidiary of Primus Telecommunications Group, Incorporated, emerged as "Editors' Pick" for its cost, features and quality. Lingo was tested and compared with Packet8, AT&T, Comcast, SIPphone, Skype, Verizon, and Vonage – and beat them all.
Read the Wired article here

Aug 7, 2007
LINGO UNVEILS MUST-HAVE SMALL BUSINESS CALLING PLANS
Lingo (http://www.lingo.com), a leading U.S. broadband phone service provider, today launched Lingo Small Business, an innovative offering of three customized calling plans designed to give small office and home office [SOHO] entrepreneurs the communication tools they need to grow and save.

Jul 17, 2007
LINGO VoIP PHONE SERVICE FOR THE LONG HAUL
Lingo (http://www.lingo.com), a leading U.S. broadband phone service provider, today offers special incentives to SunRocket customers for switching to Lingo.

Jul 10, 2007
Smart Summertime Travel Savings From Lingo
Lingo (http://www.lingo.com), a leading U.S. broadband phone service provider, today outlined unique solutions to help travelers enjoy great savings on calls to family and friends from anywhere in the world.

Apr 3, 2007
Lingo Broadband Phone Service Launches Annual Calling Plan – Talk 365
Lingo (http://www.lingo.com), a leading U.S. broadband phone service provider, today announced an annual calling plan – Talk 365. Talk 365 allows Lingo customers to pay only $195 for an entire year of phone service, which averages to just over $16 per month.

Mar 26, 2007
Lingo Broadband Phone Service Slashes India Calling Rate to 7.7¢ per Minute
Lingo (http://www.lingo.com), a leading U.S. broadband phone service provider, today announced that it has set a new industry low calling rate by slashing the costs to call India to a mere 7.7 cents a minute, including calls placed to mobile phones.

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