Prior to Telex Free Inc the company was known as Common Cents Communications, which was established in 2002 with Jim Merril serving as Treasurer and Clerk and Carlos Wanzeler as company President.
These five memberships can be bought together in a lump sum or incrementally ($299 for the initial membership and then $269 for each of the four additional memberships allowed).
Telex Free pay members $20 per recruitment of a new member who purchases an Ad Central membership ($299) and $100 per recruitment of a new member who purchases an “Ad Central Family Membership” ($1375).
99Telex Free is a communications plan offered by Telex Free that costs $49.99 a month.
Using a 5×5 matrix, Telex Free pay out a percentage commission on the sale of each 99Telex Free plan sold.
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Furthermore I wasn’t able to find any information on Common Cents Communications other than they appear to have had less than 5 employees and were involved in telecommunications (probably VOIP as the Telex Free website mentions).
If I had to take a guess I’d say the renaming of Common Cents Communications to Telex Free was to start fresh and introduce a MLM compensation plan into the business (Common Sense Communications was not MLM).
From the Disk a Vontade website, it appears to be a company offering VOIP services.