For the past several months, sales figures have been going up for Connecticut-based Call in Europe, which provides low-cost cell phone services to business individuals traveling overseas.

With cell phone solutions providing up to 80 percent cost savings, Call in Europe has garnered attention from Corporations eager to find ways to lower operating costs while maintaining efficiency.

At major financial institutions, employees traveling overseas are beginning to consistently load Call in Europe SIM cards into their BlackBerry / PDAs to keep receiving calls and emails while keeping their number abroad, at a fraction of traditional provider fees.

"In these times of economic crisis, Corporations relying on cell phone use overseas constantly seek cost-effective alternatives to their prohibitive local carrier plans. Call in Europe's low-cost cell phone solutions combine the lowest available rates with outstanding quality of service," declared Call in Europe founder and President, Patrick Gentemann.

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via PR Newswire