a Nevada corporation, is a wholly owned subsidiary of InfoUSA. In 1994,
EasyTel embarked on a mission to design and fully develop a proprietary
technology, both hardware and software, which integrates three powerful
technologies; Telecommunications, the world’s most universal and
interactive communication medium; The Internet, the world’s most
powerful information medium and; Electronic Banking, the key to
This mission has been
successfully achieved in the form of EasyTel’s “Universal Office”. EasyTel
now provides local coverage in most US markets. Across the nation, EasyTel
provides local Service in over three thousand cities and communities
spanning one hundred and three area codes across 954 rate centers. EasyTel
services are accessible by 75% of the population in the United States
through the use of a touch-tone telephone or the internet. NO OTHER
EQUIPMENT IS NECESSARY.
Mergers and Acquisitions
EasyTel continues to
refine and develop technology while expanding market-share through marketing
and strategic acquisition.
During the last two years, EasyTel has
successfully completed five acquisitions of emerging companies in the
unified communications industry. If you are a Principal in a unified
communications, messaging, or voice mail company, anywhere in North America,
and wish to explore the possibility of a business combination, please direct
your inquires via E-Mail by
1. To concentrate on providing services based on added value, enhanced
telecommunications and information.
2. To limit the scope of services to the type which can be dispensed through
the use of telephones, fax machines, pagers or the internet.
3. To concentrate on three specific fields:
Internet and Information based services
Electronic Banking and E-Commerce
4. To originate and/or private label all
services and products to be marketed, either directly to the end users or
indirectly through marketing alliances.
5. To develop services for the local, national and international markets,
made available to customers, 24 hours a day, 365 days a year through a
touch-tone telephone or the internet.
6. To structure the revenues generated in the form of residual income,
transaction or monthly fees as residual income. When possible, these fees
would be prepaid or collected via electronic funds transfer and other forms
of automated billing.