December 23, 2004
With some help from Cybertel Communications Corp., Marines stationed in Iraq this holiday will be able to talk with their families in the United States.
Cybertel Communications, a wholly owned subsidiary of Cybertel Capital Corp., says troops will place calls on its Cphone VoIP phone.
More than 150,000 Marines, soldiers, sailors and air personnel are in the Middle East. Cybertel Communications says if each person had his or her own Cphone and made one 10-minute call per week back home, the company would see an additional $3.3 million in revenue and troops would save a total of $35,000,000 based on current calling prices.
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