Okay, now that we have got that out of the way. I will go over some of the major items in the most recent quarter. Firstly, the company reported revenue in Q2 of $38.6 million compared to $28.8 million in the same period a year ago representing growth year-on-year of almost 34%. Sequentially, compared to Q1 2012 revenue growth was almost 10%, if one excludes the approximately $2.5 million in revenue associated with the implementation of international prepaid billing rules from the Q1 numbers.Secondly, reducing costs is a [man] curve at the company. So let me discuss improvements in several of the cost categories. Advertising expenditures have been reduced over the last few quarters, we continue to use very cost effective remnant TV advertising and the efficiency of these short form TV swaps is clear from our ongoing sales volumes. With respect to network costs. As we expected, we have been a beneficiary of the recent FCC access charge reforms. Net-net the cost per customer is about $1.50 per year, while our renewal rates might be the best in the industry. On the G&A line item, we did also share improvement here mainly due to reduced legal expenses. As a result operating income for Q2 was $10.3 million up from $3.3 million in Q1 2012 again excluding the IPP one-time items in Q1. Next, let me turn to our share repurchase program. Our share repurchase program continues to be very successful and we are now down to 19.4 million shares outstanding at the end of the quarter. In terms of our new product pipeline, let me discuss a few of the exciting items we are focused on here. So as many of you know, we are gearing up for the production of the magicJack WiFi for fourth quarter introduction. The company is also completing the rollout of the magicJack APP for the Google Android platforms. We have been very pleased with the success of the magicJack APP on the Apple iOS devices. We will also be adding texting to our apps later this year and at that point, we will really start promoting the apps. We will seek ways to monetize the apps next year in 2013.
Finally, [someone] may want to walk down about the number inventions. Let me wrap up with a couple of general points. Firstly, the company has now built out the infrastructure to handle hyper growth. And secondly, what many of you don’t know if we are the only company to have the largest reaching CLEC, our own chip design company, our own Softswitch and Session Border Controller company and we even write all our own softphone software. All of these subsidiaries continue to contribute to our overall success.With that summary of recent results, let me turn the call over to Dan to answer questions. Daniel Borislow Good morning everybody. Thanks Andrew and thanks for contributing to the success of the company since you started this year. Before I get into the questions, I just want to go over a couple of things very briefly. Early this morning, we announced a patent field that I have been personally working on for quite a period of time, and the patent world is not a very well-known industry except for quite a few people, and you could buy 5,000 patents, a 5,000 patents might not be better than just one patent I think you could purchase alone. In this case, this is a very valuable patent that we purchased. It will be revenue and income producing, and it will be very accretive to our numbers in the future. The other thing as far as patents cover, still on the look, this particular patent that we did buy as the foundational patent, as far as our concern. And it happened would be the reason – the largest reason by far of why we merged with VocalTec and besides the people that we got and the technology that the patent was something I was absolutely terrified about research, all the patents that were outstanding and when I found that VocalTec patent I know I have to get used with that patent. Read the rest of this transcript for free on seekingalpha.com