Vonage Offers Unlimited VoIP Calling To Mobiles
The VoIP provider Vonage offers unlimited calling to mobile phones in 42 countries. It looks like Vonage still have a couple tricks up its sleeve. The companys latest service plan, known as World Premium Unlimited, offers unlimited calling to mobile phones in 42 countries and landlines in 80 for $55 a month. This plan also offers unlimited local and long distance service in US, Canada, and Puerto Rico, and requires callers to use touch tone phone, hooked up to the internet by the way of Vonage adapter to make calls to places like UK, Mexico and Brazil. For more read the Press release
Here is the Press Release
Vonage Launches New Plan With Unlimited Calling to Mobile Phones in More Than 40 Countries
Callers to International Mobile Phones Can Save More Than $400 Annually
The Best Overall Value for International Callers Just Got Better
HOLMDEL, N.J., April 18, 2011 /PRNewswire/ -- Vonage Holdings Corp. (NYSE: VG), a leading provider of low-cost communications services connecting individuals through broadband devices worldwide, today introduced the World Premium Unlimited calling plan. This new offering builds on the value of the popular World plan by expanding the number of countries for unlimited(1) calling from 60 to 80, including unlimited calling to mobile phones in 42 countries.
"People who make international calls to mobiles are frustrated by the huge premiums they pay to their phone company," said Mike Tempora, senior vice president of product management for Vonage. "World Premium provides these callers with the peace of mind to call any landline or mobile number in 42 countries including Brazil, Costa Rica, Japan, Australia, France, Spain and the UK for one flat price. Customers who use World Premium Unlimited to call as little as one hour a week to mobile phones in countries like Mexico and the UK will save over $400 a year versus the best pay per minute rates from major phone companies."
The World Premium Unlimited plan is $54.99/month (plus taxes and fees). The service uses a high-speed Internet connection and an existing home phone.