KryptAll™ has developed a global network of secure servers that allows the encrypted calls to enter the regular telephone network from more than a 100 different interconnection points...
KryptAll™, starts with a hardened, modified, encrypted, VoIP phone or cellular phone that provides a secure, 256-bit AES, encrypted VoIP call to and from the global network of secure servers.
No other provider has a patent pending user initiated system that guarantees your privacy like KryptAll™! You now have freedom to call anyone, anywhere to any type of phone in the world from your secure KryptAll™ phone!
If you're not using KryptAll™ Technology this is your current security level. When privacy is of the utmost important to your clients contact KryptAll today!
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