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D-Link Signs gotalk Broadband/VoIP Partnership

  • 26 April, 2007 15:59

<p>D-LINK AND GOTALK TO ANNOUNCE AN AUSTRALIAN/NZ BROADBAND/VoIP PARTNERSHIP DEAL AT NEXT WEEK’S CeBIT DARLING HARBOUR TRADE SHOW...</p>
<p>(Media Contacts: Terry Quinn 0439 710 418; gotalk CEO Steve Picton 0416 269 177; Maurice Famularo, D-Link Australia 0418 677 551)</p>
<p>• D-Link, the $1.13 Billion worldwide leading designer, developer and manufacturer of Networking, Connectivity, Voice and Data communications products for mass consumer, small to medium business and enterprise market segments is to partner with fast growing Australian telco gotalk limited to jointly market, advertise, Dlink ATA and selected modems which will be preconfigured with gotalk settings. According to gotalk CEO Steve Picton, the relationship will cover a wide range of Broadband and VoIP products as well as joint development of future telecommunications bundles.</p>
<p>• The companies will also cooperate in joint trade shows and other channel promotions according top Picton and D-Link’s Maurice Famularo.</p>
<p>• The “Preferred Partner” alliance is part of gotalk’s “diversification growth strategy” following its recent launch of its ADSL1 and ADSL2+ services, an exclusive music download/ringtone deal with the world’s largest music company Universal Music (also for Australia and NZ), and a dramatic change to its direct distributor model, signing agreements with Blue Chip Infotech, Ingram Micro and Synnex Australia.
During CeBIT , gotalk specialists will demonstrate gotalk’s latest ADSL1 and ADSL2+ offers on the D-Link Stand E20 each day at 12:00 – 12:15 (“VoIP finds a friend in ADSL2+”) and 3:00 – 3:15 (“Is ADSL(1) dead?”).</p>
<p>According to gotalk the concept behind their broadband strategy is that they recommend that customers who cannot yet get ADSL2+ (because of their location) sign up onto the ADSL (1) plan – and when ADSL2+ becomes available in their area they will then be offered a FREE upgrade.
gotalk's ADSL2+ and ADSL (1) plans are identical EXCEPT FOR THE SPEED.</p>
<p>ABOUT gotalk limited:
gotalk limited is a fast growing, "Tier 2" full service telco, an Australian owned, publicly unlisted company with sales in excess of $161 million per annum and over 280 staff Australia wide. In August, 2006, the parent company Telecorp Limited debuted, at No.262, in the prestigious BRW fastest growing Top 500 Private Companies. In the same month the Board voted to change the parent company name from Telecorp to gotalk limited. gotalk provides a range of wholesale and retail telecommunication services through its own state of the art exchange switching centre in Sydney's Castlereagh Street which handles over a billion international minutes per year which equates to 20% of all Australian outbound international call traffic. The telco continues to develop and deliver innovative products via a unique Universal Recharge account available to VIP customers to better manage and share their telco spend across a range of prepaid mobile, internet, broadband voice (VoIP) and phonecard services all from the one account. gotalk also provides a range of post paid products including fixed line voice, broadband and dial up internet, broadband voice (VoIP).gotalk also has a large operations center located at Robina on Queensland’s Gold Coast, while it has corporate offices in Sydney and Auckland.</p>

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