Internet phone service touted in $17 mil effort

Petrecca, Laura
February 2000
Advertising Age;2/21/2000, Vol. 71 Issue 8, p20
Trade Publication
Focuses on the advertising campaign of Phonefree.com, which allows users to conduct spoken conversations via the Web. Creation of the national broadcast and cable television campaign by Hampel/Stefanides; Description of the company's service that offers an alternative to traditional long-distance service; Competitors in the Internet telephony market.


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