Lima, Peru and Doral, FL (PRWEB) March 6, 2006
DigiLinea (http://www.DigiLinea.com), the leading Voice over IP (VoIP) service provider to the US Hispanic and Latin American markets, announced today another breakthrough VoIP product, the availability of new unlimited calling plans to Peru for just $29.95, including a local telephone number from Peru. DigiLinea continues to aggressively build out their VoIP platform and vertical integration between the US Hispanic and Latin American markets offering innovative VoIP products in both locations allowing for the most cost effective alternative for communications in these markets. The new Peru Unlimited Calling plans and local Peruvian telephone numbers will be available in the US and through DigiLinea’s distribution partners in Peru and across Latin America.
As DigiLinea continues to focus on the unique needs of the US Hispanic and Latin American markets, unlimited calling and local telephone numbers from Peru mark another first and further emphasizes how DigiLinea is truly revolutionizing the US Hispanic and Latin American communications landscape. “As we understand the unique needs of the these markets, and are vertically integrated into many Latin American countries by owning local telecom licenses and infrastructure, we can offer products and services in multiple countries that connect people in unique ways using VoIP that could not be done previously” said Gregory Keough, CEO of DigiLinea. “Currently in Latin America there exists only two pan regional players with operations region wide, Telmex and Telefonica. DigiLinea is building the third Pan Regional operator with the only difference being that we are doing so on a totally IP based platform and in such connecting and bringing to these markets the cost and functionality benefits that only VoIP can provide.”
Mr. Keough added, “With over three years as the leading VoIP service provider in the US Hispanic and Latin American markets we understand that most consumers don’t want unlimited calling in the US, although we offer that as well, but local phone numbers and unlimited calling to and within their home countries where they spend most of their telecom dollars. DigiLinea is in a unique position to provide these service due to our local Latin American licenses and infrastructure, Spanish customer and technical support facilities, and a greater understanding of the US Hispanic and Latin American markets all of which form serious barriers to entry for both incumbents and other VoIP providers to provide me too products and services.”
DigiLinea offers two plans for unlimited calling to Peru a residential plan for $29.95 a month and a business plan for $59.95 both of which include a local number from Peru. These latest DigiLinea plans are important to the US Hispanic market and the local Peruvian offerings in that they provide a clear advantage over prepaid calling cards, which are used by the majority of the community currently. Consumers can visit http://www.DigiLinea.com to purchase this new DigiLinea service.
About DigiLinea: DigiLinea, http://www.DigiLinea.com, is the leading VoIP service provider to the US Hispanic and Latin American markets. DigiLinea has been recognized as a VoIP pioneer as part of the 2004 and 2005 Pulver 100 and as one of Internet Telephony’s VoIP Service Providers of the Year. DigiLinea is focused uniquely on the US Hispanic and Latin American markets and is vertically integrated into many countries in Latin America as DigiLinea owns local telecom licenses. This vertical integration allows DigiLinea to provide local Latin American telephone numbers and lower cost calling then other providers to our US Hispanic clients. DigiLinea currently provides service to thousands of US Hispanic and Latin American clients, who take advantage of the DigiLinea VoIP service experiencing substantial savings over traditional offerings. DigiLinea is a closely held private company with offices in the US and Latin America.
For more information about DigiLinea products and services please visit http://www.DigiLinea.com.
Press Contact: Ana Meza
Director of Communications
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