Tuesday, November 20, 2007

Make VOIP Calls from your Email with Yoomba

Yoomba is a new company that lets you send and receive VOIP calls and instant messages directly from the email service. The year-old company positions its free, consumer-targeted service as an alternative to big portals, such as AOL, Google, Yahoo, and MSN, that offer free communications services, such as instant messaging, but only to registered users and only with other registered users, says Elad Hemar, Yoomba CEO. Users of Yoomba can make calls or send instant messages to anyone with an e-mail address and a telephone headset. The service is completely free, no matter the location of your call, and it also has a voicemail feature for any missed calls. 

Yoomba offers unique one-touch buttons which appear in your preferred email application, making connecting to anyone just one click away, and with Yoomba you also have access to your most popular contacts, at a glance. Whether it’s Outlook, webmail or simply from your browser – don’t change a thing – just Yoomba.



A few cool things to know about Yoomba:

No more “searching” or “adding” contacts in different kinds of networks and apps. With Yoomba, all your contacts simply show up!

No registration. Yoomba is totally free and you can immediately call or chat with your most frequently contacted friends, at the touch of a button

No comments: