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[December 28, 2012]

Pervasip to sell VoX App and calling plans at Fry's electronics stores

Dec 28, 2012 (M2 EQUITYBITES via COMTEX) -- Pervasip Corp (OTC:PVSP) announced on Thursday that its VoX Communications division's mobile VoIP calling application and plans will be sold at 34 Fry's electronics stores nationwide in the US.

The company said that Android users will be able to download the app and activate a variety of international plans immediately as an added feature to their smartphone.

VoX calling cards will be merchandised on a custom in-store display featuring a Wi-Fi connected phone allowing customers to make a free test call and experience the call quality firsthand. Also, the VoX Mobile VoIP Android App can be viewed or downloaded from Google Play.

VoX Communications is a provider of VoIP and video telephone services over a stable broadband connection.

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