The good people of EpicHub.com, LLC attended the IWCE (International Wireless Communications Expo) Trade Show in Orlando in early March of this year (’18). We walked the show, and talked with many potential customers, with one goal in mind – find a platform of existing customers that can help us launch our service.
As we walked and talked, we discovered there is a great deal of interest at AT&T for our unique blend of features and benefits! We are now preparing the Epic Contact App for release within a very specific branch of AT&Ts nationwide product matrix! This opportunity has the potential to drive the Epic Contact app from the top of the U.S. Government, down, and straight out to the public in one go! Very exciting!
This opportunity has serious potential! If it pans out, (fingers crossed, because there’s many a slip twixt a cup and a lip) Epic will be on its way to becoming a household name!
I’ll keep you posted as events develop.
Thanks for sharing in our journey.
Scott Thompson, CEO and Co-Founder
Well. We’ve gone through some serious exercises to attempt to make our site hack-resistant. Nothing these days is hacker-proof, but we still have our 256bit encryption in place and protecting your data.
I have to admit, this theft took some wind out of my sails. I’m so disappointed in humanity. Here we are, building a great big sand castle – perhaps the most beautiful the world has seen – and someone walks over and stomps it into nothingness. How sad.
On to some GREAT News! We’re still growing! We’re up another 15,000 contacts! We’re approaching our first 100K! I can’t thank you all enough for trying and using the Epic Contact App!
Don’t forget to search for “Epic Contact” in either the Apple or Google Play stores, then look for our Solar Eclipse image!
The Epic Contact app is your free portal to the most revolutionary database ever created. This truly epic system captures the world’s changing contact data in real-time, then quietly and effortlessly downloads all of that great data right into your devices.
Why am I so serious about changing data?
Yesterday, entire families shared one phone number and one mailing address. My mom used to keep all of her contacts in a little black book. In that book, every single contact had data that had been erased and changed so much that the pages were literally ripped to tatters. That’s how much data changes over time. And I’d constantly hear her on the phone, asking such and such friend or relative if they had so-and-so’s new contact data.
Today, with the advent of social media, we’re all reaching back into our past to reconnect with friends of days-gone-by, even as we collect new contacts around the world through the internet. Multiply that by the advent of personal computers and mobile devices, where each individual contact is exploding with increased data – and you wind up with insanity! Each contact in our databases now has:
- Multiple phone numbers to cover home, work, mobile, and other devices
- Multiple fax numbers to cover your company and desktop at work, and even your desktop or laptop at home.
- Multiple email addresses to cover home, work, mobile devices, and throw-away connections.
- And some of us even have multiple mailing addresses, like home, school, and work.
- Social Media contact data, such as Facebook and Twitter.
- And Business Media contact data, such as LinkedIn and Monster
Many of us now have thousands of contacts in our databases! With so many contacts, how can we possibly remember what data of our own we’ve shared with each of them? How can we possibly update them all with our appropriate data as it changes? How can we update them, when much of the data we have for them has already gone bad? And, with all of that going on, each contact, no matter how close you are to them, always has missing information that you eventually come to find you need. It’s insane!
Can you imagine how complicated our kids’ contact databases will be after spending a lifetime collecting every acquaintance they’ve met?
Then, as our technology spreads across the Earth, then out into the stars, how can we possibly track all of that changing data for multiple planets, moons, space stations, and space ships? Sounds far fetched now, but what about 300 years from now? Think about it. This problem of contact data going bad has been around since man first started settling into communities. And, if we don’t fix this, it will be around for millennia more.
Can you imagine Captain Kirk of the Enterprise, trying to hail an enemy vessel to stop them from destroying the Earth, but hearing “We’re sorry, the number for the enemy vessel you are trying to reach is not in service. Please hang up and try again.”
This is serious stuff!
And that’s why I built the Epic Contact app. This revolutionary and free Epic Contact app solves all of these problems through an easy-to-use and user-friendly interface. yes, it takes some effort to get started, but the end result is pure and amazing beauty.
You can find the Epic Contact app by searching “Epic Contact” in either the Apple or Google play Stores.
Be a part of something amazing! join the 80,000 other contacts that have already become part of this amazing system!
You’ll be glad you did!
Thanks – and Scotty out.