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Net2Phone Extends a Lifeline for Stranded SunRocket Customers

Net2Phone to offer up to 12 months of unlimited calling service for SunRocket VoIP customers

Net2Phone is offering customers of now-defunct SunRocket an attractive solution to maintain VoIP service. Net2Phone, through its VoiceLine service, will honor up to 12 months remaining on a qualifying SunRocket contract. Service after the qualifying contract period will be just $19.95/month. Net2Phone is a subsidiary of IDT Corporation (NYSE: IDT, IDT.C).

Net2Phone will provide up to 12 months of unlimited local and long distance service to US, Canada and Puerto Rico. In addition, the Voiceline service offers:

  • Popular calling features at no additional charge, including VoiceMail, Caller ID, Call Waiting, Speed Dial, and 3-Way Calling
  • Low international calling rates to over 250 locations
  • Phone Number Options – keep the existing number or get a new one

Many of VoiceLine’s calling features can be managed from a touch-tone phone or from an online customer portal. For additional terms and conditions, visit http://www.net2phone.com.

“IDT pioneered the development of Voice over IP technology and established ourselves as a worldwide provider of VoIP services when we founded Net2Phone,” said Jim Courter, IDT’s CEO. “We want to maintain consumer confidence in VoIP technology. To do that, we are prepared to offer service to those stranded by SunRocket’s closure and to honor the customer contracts for up to 12 additional months. These customers expect high quality, low cost Internet calling, and Net2Phone is the company to provide it to them.”

SunRocket customers should visit http://www.net2phone.com/sunrocket to learn more about the terms of the offer and how to migrate their service.

SunRocket is a trademark and/or trade name of SunRocket, Inc., a Delaware Corporation.

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About IDT
IDT Corporation is an innovative and opportunity seeking multinational company with operations that span various industries. Through its Telecom subsidiary, IDT provides telecommunications services worldwide to the retail and wholesale markets. IDT’s Capital division incubates newer businesses, and the company’s Spectrum subsidiary holds its spectrum license assets. IDT Telecom provides retail and wholesale telecommunications services and products, including pre-paid and rechargeable calling cards, consumer local, long distance, and wireless phone services, and wholesale carrier services. Under the Net2Phone brand name, the company also provides a range of voice over Internet protocol (VoIP) communications services. IDT Capital’s operations include an Energy Services Company (ESCO) in New York State, acquisition and collection of charged-off receivables, ethnic food distribution, brochure distribution, and other initiatives. IDT Corporation’s Class B Common Stock and Common Stock trade on the New York Stock Exchange under the ticker symbols IDT and IDT.C, respectively.

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