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AOL Acquires Voice ASP Firm eVoice   MENLO PARK, Calif. (VENTUREWIRE) — eVoice, an Internet-based voice-application service provider, has been acquired by AOL Time Warner, according to an AOL spokesperson. Earlier this month, VentureWire reported that eVoice had been acquired by an undisclosed buyer. eVoice had recently secured service contracts with several large carriers and expected to break even within a year with more than $100 million in revenues, according to a source close to eVoice. In addition, the company had been raising a fourth round of financing, said a second source. AOL has acquired all eVoice assets and retained a number of former eVoice employees. CEO Jonathan Fram has left the company. eVoice has become part of the voice services team in AOL’s interactive properties division. Earlier this month, eVoice announced it would discontinue all services on July 27. The company has been offering subscription voicemail services since December 2000. eVoice has raised more than $51 million in venture capital from idealab!, Nokia Ventures, Oak Investment Partners, and Worldview Technology Partners.