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i2Telecom Unveils MyGlobalTalk Smartphone Application
2Telecom International, Inc. today announced the launch of MyGlobalTalk for BlackBerry. MyGlobalTalk allows users to take advantage of the benefits of Internet telephony to make international and long distance cellular calls independent of wireless carrier, smartphone handset make, or voice/data plan for as low as two cents per minute anywhere in the world.
For instructions on how to download the MyGlobalTalk smartphone application, and a listing of MyGlobalTalk rates and coverage areas, please visit http://www.myglobaltalk.com or call 1-800-4CELLULAR.
"Today's economy requires business executives to be smart about how they push business forward domestically and abroad, and MyGlobalTalk(TM) provides a high-quality, low-cost option for their communications needs," said Paul Arena, Chief Executive Officer of i2Telecom. "We are the sensible solution for smartphone users who require an alternative to overpriced international rate plans, hidden fees and poor call quality."
MyGlobalTalk enables digital-quality international and long-distance calls to be made at a fraction of the cost charged by wireless carriers and, because it does not require local access to the Internet, it is functional virtually anywhere. Sign up and membership to the service is free via http://www.myglobaltalk.com, and customers only pay for the calls they make with no contracts, connection fees, monthly or minimum charges.
This is pretty interesting, anyone tried it yet?
Hmmmmm.....it is interesting ~via BB (wap.pinstack.com)~
I used it when it was in Beta Trials. It worked great, however sometimes the voice quality wasn't as clear - but that's probably fix by now. The rates are reasonable - no connections fees. You can even track your history online. It's a nice service. Anyone who makes internationally calls and using phones cards should give this a try.
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