SOURCE: GotVoice

October 01, 2007 08:00 ET

Oceanic Time Warner Cable Selects GotVoice to Deliver Visual Voicemail to Over 200,000 Broadband Customers

Top 20 Cable Operator to Offer GotVoice Voice Messaging Service

KIRKLAND, WA--(Marketwire - October 1, 2007) - GotVoice, Inc., the voice messaging company, today announced Hawaii-based Oceanic Time Warner Cable has deployed the GotVoice service to over 200,000 subscribers of its RoadRunner high-speed Internet service and Oceanic Digital Phone service. Oceanic is the first cable service to deploy GotVoice, enabling its broadband phone customers to create and send voice messages as well as visually interact with their home and cell phone voice messages in email or online at the Oceanic Web Portal.

"The GotVoice service provides RoadRunner subscribers with an innovative solution to managing multiple voicemail accounts," said Nate Smith, President and CEO of Oceanic Time Warner Cable. "GotVoice enables us to roll out state-of-the-art voice messaging into thousands of homes. We've already seen strong interest in the service and believe that it will be instrumental in helping us further deepen our relationship with our customers."

With GotVoice, RoadRunner and Oceanic Digital Phone users are able to manage all of their in and outbound voice messaging needs conveniently, over the Internet. Key features include the ability to quickly create and send voice messages to phones as well as view, play back, forward, sort and save all of their voicemail online and from one location. Additionally, GotVoice provides RoadRunner and Oceanic Digital Phone subscribers with time saving features such as broadcast calling, silent voice message delivery, scheduled delivery wake-up call service and the ability to conveniently personalize their voicemail greeting.

"In a fiercely competitive cable and telephone market, carriers are looking for ways to distinguish their service offerings. Oceanic turned to GotVoice to add value to its traditional telephone functionality by providing customers with flexible, next-generation voice messaging," said Martin Dunsmuir, Founder and CTO of GotVoice, Inc. "Because GotVoice easily integrates into existing phone services with minimal impact on infrastructure, GotVoice is a simple solution for carriers in search of differentiation."

Telecommunications carriers and cable operators interested in adding the GotVoice service to their offerings, please visit: http://www.gotvoice.com/.

About Oceanic Time Warner Cable

Oceanic currently delivers a diverse selection of entertainment and information services by way of an advanced fiber optic/coax network to more than 400,000 households, schools and businesses on Oahu, Maui, Kauai, Molokai, Lanai and the Big Island. Among its products are Road Runner High-Speed Internet as well as Digital Phone services. The company has provided quality cable service for Hawaii residents since 1969. Oceanic Time Warner Cable is the thirteenth largest system in the U.S. and its parent company, Time Warner Entertainment, LLP, is a major developer of entertainment and information content. For more information, visit www.oceanic.com.

About GotVoice, Inc.

Founded in 2003 by industry veterans with backgrounds from RealNetworks, Microsoft, Starwave, AT&T and Corbis, GotVoice is a pioneer in voice messaging services. Its patent-pending communications platform is a complete solution that bridges the gap between today's vast mix of personal, business and mobile voice messaging systems and the Internet. GotVoice's solutions empower consumers and business professionals to send, receive, create and store voice messages within their email application or the GotVoice Website. Unlike other services, GotVoice makes voice messages accessible anywhere people access email, and is the only solution that works with all major mobile, business and residential carriers. For more information, visit www.gotvoice.com.

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