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ooVoo and Deep Blue Communications Announce Partnership to Bring Video Conferencing Service to Wireless Customers

ooVoo, a web-based video conferencing service with 16 million users, today announced a partnership with Deep Blue Communications to market and support Internet users in lodging and hospitality, recreation and other out-of-office locations in the U.S. Launched in mid October, this collaboration will enhance the wireless Internet experience at more than 40,000 hotel rooms in 46 states, and give Deep Blue customers easy access to high quality video conferencing powered by ooVoo.

"In 2010 ooVoo is gaining about 1 million new registrations per month as the growth of video communication has created huge consumer demand for high quality, affordable video conferencing," said Rodger Wells, Vice President of Business Development at ooVoo. "We're delighted to join forces with Deep Blue to reach more users who want to enjoy anywhere, anytime video connectivity at hotels, condos, resorts and thousands of locations across the country supported by Deep Blue."

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