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International VoIP Carrier Adds Digital Locker Technology

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Chance Telecom to Offer Gogobeans Personal Storage and Sharing Service

PALO ALTO, CA – November 8, 2010 – Gogobeans, the creators of the most flexible way to store, organize and share digital media, today announced that Chance Telecom, an international VoIP carrier will offer its digital locker solution to its global customer base.

The new value-added offering will give Chance Telecom customers their own digital locker on the Internet, accessible from any Internet accessible device, to store, organize and share files, using the secure and intuitive Gogobeans technology. The deal, which was reached this month, will roll-out in December with a limited trial run and will extend to the complete Chance Telecom network January 14th, 2011.

“This helps our customers be more productive because they can store their information in a private, secure space in the converged voice and data cloud,? explains William Chance, president of Chance Telecom. “As our landscape becomes increasingly competitive, it’s critical that we stay on the forefront of technology so that we can remain in an industry leading position. Gogobeans leverages the things we do well, voice applications, and provides a valuable tool to help our customers not only store and manage voice mail and recordings, but any kind of digital asset, including data files, photos, and video, among others.?

“As the market evolves, VoIP companies, like Chance Telecom, are looking for an edge; something to set them apart from the competition,? said Robert Hayden, COO of Gogobeans. “Offering a simple, secure way to store, organize and share digital assets from any Internet ready device is going to help Chance Telecom find that edge in retaining their current customer base, as well as attracting new customers.?

About Gogobeans:
Gogobeans provides a place to store, organize and share your digital life. Users can upload photos, documents, presentations, video, address books, music, and other forms of digital property to a personal locker on the Internet. These digital files can be kept private or shared with others. Users can share with individuals, small groups, or with everyone in their Gogobeans network or over popular social media networks such as Facebook, Twitter, and Digg. Gogobeans stored property can be tagged with keywords for easy searching. A Gogobeans digital locker can be accessed from any Internet ready device giving users fingertip control over their digital lives at any time from anywhere.

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