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TMCNet:  Cheap Voip Inc Adds 27 New Calling Card Access Numbers

[December 10, 2012]

Cheap Voip Inc Adds 27 New Calling Card Access Numbers

Philadelphia, PA, Dec 10, 2012 ( via COMTEX) -- Cheap Voip Inc, a leading provider of affordable Voice over IP communication solutions, has added 27 new calling card access numbers across the following metro areas: Allentown, PA Erie, PA Pittsburgh, PA Philadelphia, PA Reading, PA Scranton, PA Norfolk, VA Richmond, VA Wilmington, DE Cheap Voip Inc specializes in wholesale-priced communication solutions, and as such these voip calling card access numbers are subject to the same low international rates, with 6-second billing and no hidden fees.

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