Vopium has launched a new call plan that enables you to call as much as you like from your mobile to any mobile and landline in 31 European countries, as well as the USA and Canada for one low monthly price.
The deal gives anyone, from businesses to families, unlimited mobile phone calling and 100 SMS to other mobile users in 33 countries for only €79.95 per month, no matter where you are calling from around the world. The new call plan will be available to the first 10,000 subscribers and a fair usage policy applies.
“Europe Mobile Unlimited” as the plan is aptly called, will be especially attractive to companies working with European and North American clients. Businesses will now be able to stay in touch always with their European and North American colleagues, as well as always stay in budget, because they can take advantage of unlimited mobile calling at a fixed low monthly price.
A quick comparison between mobile carrier rates in the USA, Europe and Australia demonstrates how many minutes you typically get when calling from these regions to Europe for €79.95: When calling from a mobile in the USA to a mobile in Europe, you typically get 60-90 min for €79.95. From a mobile in the UK to one in another European country, you get 85 -100 min, and from Australia, only 45-75 min. With Vopium, it’s all you can talk for the same price – €79.95!
“We are extremely excited to be launching our “Europe Mobile Unlimited” call plan. We have received numerous requests from business clients to provide them with a European-wide plan similar to our “Unlimited Call the World” plan. The key difference, businessmen wanting a mobile to mobile solution for Europe and North America unlike our “Call the World” plan, which provides unlimited calling to fixed lines and in select countries, to mobiles,” says Tanveer Sharif, Vopium CEO.
He continues, “Europe Mobile Unlimited gives companies and consumers an easy and cost effective way to talk mobile to mobile, regardless of where you are located. Besides businesses using it, I imagine many parents will want to take advantage of the plan, as an inexpensive way to keep in constant touch with their kids studying abroad.”