Merging The Best Technology To Give You The World Of Tomorrow, Today.

Who We Are

PhonePlusPlus, part of the AllCom family of services, takes the best-of-breed services formerly reserved for big businesses and high-profile professionals, and tailors them for you, the active consumer.

About AllCom

AllCom, a Nevada corporation incorporated in 1997, set out to design and fully develop a proprietary mix of hardware and software that integrates three powerful technologies into one seamless service: Telecommunications, the world’s most universal and interactive communication medium; Electronic Banking, the key to electronic commerce; and the Internet, the world’s most powerful information medium.

The Vision

AllCom has concentrated on expanding its vision beyond today's norm in two very important ways: seamless integration and wide distribution. The first fundamental principle of the AllCom vision is already a working reality, while application of the second is well underway.

Summoning the Future – The GeniePhone

Today, the lines between communications services such as telephones; video services such as cable TV; and information services such as Internet connectivity, are blurring. But during the last quarter of 2007 plans to introduce a new technology suite, the GeniePhone, which will melt those lines of division like snow in the desert. A local, end-user processing device, the GeniePhone will move the Universal Office from a host-based service offering to a truly global distributed processing system capable of extending its services to literally any location in the world where the Internet is accessible.

AllCom’s Mergers and Acquisitions Policy - All Dressed Up and Nowhere to Grow?

Many entrepreneurs and small businesses find themselves facing a familiar predicament: They've built a solid, profitable business, but it's reached the limits of its growth and the future looks flat. They can't break out of the market they are in, or they can't offer the equity share to attract the new talent they need, or they're too small to swing the financing to build to that next level, and way to small to "go public." Or maybe they've just taken the business as far as they ever wanted to - they're ready to move on to other things, but have not found the right exit strategy. If this sounds familiar AllCom may have a solution.

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