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Research in providing customer-friendly equipment at the right price - supplemented by a range of customer care initiatives - has led to Gradwell dot com receiving Nexus Media’s Certificate of Good Value this month (January 2006). The publisher’s What to Buy for Business magazine compared Gradwell’s Virtual Centrex with a range of competitors in its annual survey of telephone systems.

“The decision to award Gradwell with this Certificate was taken after a thorough review of all machines submitted to us by manufacturers, said the magazine’s Ann Price. “In our view, Gradwell Centrex offers the best overall value for the type of machine it represents.”

Commenting on the award, Peter Gradwell, MD of Gradwell dot com, said:
“We could not have hoped for a better start to the year. At the end of 2005 we found ourselves listed in Deloitte’s Technology Fast 50 list; with 2006 having
started so well we are on-track for a great 12 months.”

For more details about the services Gradwell offers, please contact:

Peter Gradwell,
Managing Director - 01225 800800 (www.gradwell.com)

Jack Ozanne,
Full-Media Solutions - 01985 841375 and 07973 770942

NOTES TO EDITORS:

Peter Gradwell has sponsored the creation of www.voip.org.uk. It is a community-led VoIP forum aiming to become the UK’s main reference point for internet telephony.

For two years (April 2002-April 2004) he contributed to the work of Nominet, the think-tank for UK domain name policy. As Chairman of Nominet’s policy advisory board he was instrumental in guiding extensive debate.

He is a member of the Internet Telephony Service Providers Association (ITSPA), the UK trade body that, among other activities, lobbies OFCOM.

Additionally Peter Gradwell is a non-executive director of two firms that focus on hosting, connectivity and collocation: NewNet plc and Loud-n-Clear Limited.

Definition of VoIP:

VoIP is hardware and software that enables people to make telephone calls over the internet. Voice signals are converted to packets of data, and are transmitted on shared/public lines to avoid the charges raised on traditional, public-switched telephone networks.

VoIP can be delivered via microphone and computer speakers; IP telephones or VoIP boxes can also be used, similar to normal telephoning.

Please see www.gradwell.com

20 January 2006
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