Toronto’s Comwave launches its ePhone for computers

Toronto’s Comwave, a Canadian VoIP provider, has launched its ePhone for computers. The web-based Flash video phone was made first made available for RIM’s BlackBerry PlayBook tablet and now works on any computer in the world with an internet connection.

“ePhone is an incredible value that every laptop should have,” says Yuval Barzakay, President of Comwave. “In the boardroom or in the dorm room, ePhone turns your laptop into a regular phone.”

With the ePhone, you get a phone number and local and long distance calling for $20 per year. You get unlimited incoming calls (including landlines) and unlimited free video calling to other ePhones. And your bill is once per year, not monthly. 

Comwave serves over 500 cities in Canada and over 1100 in the United States.