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Voiceserve Announces Two Significant Technological Releases: The Commercial Release of the award winning Blackberry Dialer and VoIP Dialer for iPhone available from the Apple App Store direct to consumer

Voiceserve, Inc. (OTCBB:VSRV), a low-cost, next-generation Internet Telephony software and service provider, today announced the availability of its VoIP mobile dialer for Blackberry cellular phones. The Company’s dialer enables Blackberry users to make and receive phone calls via the Internet 3G or Edge connectivity and benefit from significantly lower cost on international calls. The new service is offered through Voiceserve’s Voipswitch software, which also offers VoIP dialers for Symbian (Nokia, Motorola, Samsung, Sony, etc.), Android and Windows® cellular phones. The softphone dialer is designed to work with the VoipSwitch’s Softswitch platform developed by VoiceServe and is compatible with alternative third party SIP compliant platforms.

Voiceserve introduced the VoIP dialer for Blackberry at the TMC’s ITEXPO East 2010 in Miami, Florida in January where it received a Best of Show Award for “Best Service Provider Solution”. It also displayed the new VoIP dialer at the GSMA Mobile World Congress in Barcelona, Spain in February and the CeBIT Global Conference in Hanover, Germany in March where it received significant interest from wholesalers, resellers and service providers.

In addition, Voiceserve also announced the availability of their VoIP dialer for iPhone users through either a direct purchase of minutes through the Apple Apps Store or through Voiceserve’s website www.calltopbx.com. Individual iPhone users will be able to enjoy tremendous cost savings on their incoming and outgoing mobile phone calls anywhere in the world. Plus, iPhone users will also be able to utilize all their current phone features such as call forwarding, call waiting, conference calling at a greatly reduced cost.

“The addition of the Blackberry VoIP dialer to Voiceserve’s full range of mobile dialers compliments our comprehensive service offering. We are one of the first software companies to offer VoIP dialer solution for Blackberry users, which is the second most popular cellular handset. Blackberry represented approximately 20 percent of the 1.21 billion mobile phones sold worldwide in 2009. Voiceserve’s Vippie dialers, combined with an extensive range of capabilities embedded in our VoIPSwitch and PBX services empowers merchants with the most comprehensive VoIP service available,” commented Michael Bibelman, Voiceserve’s CEO.

“In addition and due to increasing number of requests from our customers, we are also introducing our ability to offer, directly to consumers, a program to purchase VoIP minutes for their mobile devices. Our first initiative is with iPhone customers, whereby they may choose to either purchase their minutes through the Apple Apps Store and check out directly within their Apple account, or they may purchase minutes through our website. Either way, the savings to the individual is tremendous. Importantly our service is quick to download and uniquely offers all call features.”

About Voiceserve, Inc.

VoiceServe is a software platform provider focusing primarily on delivering affordable, complete, next generation services to Internet Telephony Providers (ITSPs). Products include VoipSwitch, a custom modular all-in-one Voice over Internet Protocol (VoIP) management platform licensing solution for resellers; VoIP airtime minutes bundled with optional convenient features, including virtual numbers, direct dial, web callback, and call forwarding; IP-PBX; and mobile softphone, and video technologies. For further information please visit www.voiceserve.com.

More information about Voipswitch can be found on http://www.voipswitch.com

Certain statements in this news release may constitute “forward-looking” statements within the meaning of section 21E of the Securities and Exchange Act of 1934. The Company believes that its expectations, as expressed in these statements are based on reasonable assumptions regarding the risks and uncertainties inherent in achieving those expectations. These statements are not, however, guarantees of future performance and actual results may differ materially. Risk factors are listed in the most recent Annual Report on Form 10-KB and Quarterly Report on Form 10-QB filed with the Securities and Exchange Commission.

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