World Phone unveils VoIP plans in India
by Lin Freestone
October 26, 2007
World Phone Internet Services, India's leading Category "A" ISP, has announced its plans to provide post-paid VoIP for the first time in the country.
The monthly plans are targeted towards Indian companies, and will enable them to make calls to the USA, UK, Australia and Canada at Rs 995 onwards, effectively bringing the price down to less than 50 paisa per minute. This would be the cheapest international call rate in India on any legal Internet telephony network.
World Phone has many leading Indian companies among its clients, including HCL Technologies, NIIT Technologies, Perot Systems, NDTV, Fidelity Information Systems and TVS InfoTech.
Currently, World Phone negotiates over seven million international call minutes through its Internet telephony network every month, placing it amongst the frontrunners in the Internet telephony industry in India.
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