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"How to Allow Access to Internet Without Requiring A Computer"

Ken Rhie
President of NetPhonic Communications

Internet has become a requirement for many as an inexpensive personal resource or a productivity tool on the job. However, a large portion of the population cannot access it because they do not own a computer, an Internet connection or travel away from their desk. This is particularly true for the sight impaired. Many feel as if they are handicapped of information.

Ken Rhie, President of NetPhonic Communications, will be introducing a new concept of voice browsing using his Web-On-Call voice browser software. The product has been recognized as a pioneer in the field of telephone access for the Internet. It has won a number of industry awards including Best Product of Year (Mobile Computing Magazine) and Product of Year (Computer Telephony Magazine). For more information, please check NetPhonic's website at http://www.netphonic.com. A telephone demo of CSUN web pages is also available.


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