Howdy Corporation - VoIP IP Telephony Provider

Free Internet calls for IP to IP phones using Howdy`s unique VoIP and IP telephony technology for unlimited international phone calls overseas. Can use with normal mobile phones and IP phones too!

Singapore - Howdy Corporation has helped thousands of businesses and individuals saved on phone bills through their firewall friendly unique IP call switching technology. This technology enables international phone calls at almost local rates, providing one of the cheapest toll rates in the world.


Through Howdy Corporation IP telephony technology, subscribers can use their computers to make phone calls to overseas destinations easily through the softphone software. It makes accessibility for everyone, anywhere in the world.

Even without the softphone software, subscribers can still use their mobile phones or conventional desktop phones to make cheap international calls. Howdy enables any IP phones to call local and overseas mobile phones and land lines through their call forwarding technology. Howdy also allows existing mobile phones and conventional desktop phones to call an IP phone anywhere in the world. In short, Howdy provides seamless calling between land, mobile and IP phones.

For more information and business opportunities with Howdy Corporation, simply visit their website at http://www.hcs.com.sg/ or visit the business opportunity page located at http://www.hcs.com.sg/BusinessOpportunities.asp

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