Jaxtr Launches First One-Number Dialing in India for Cheap International Calls from Any Phone

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Only one cent per minute for mobile and landline calls from India to the most popular countries.

By linking their phones to the Web, jaxtr's Indian members can now make affordable international calls directly from their mobile phones. It's as simple as calling a friend down the street.

Jaxtr (http://www.jaxtr.com), the company that links your phone to the Web, now offers local phone numbers in India. Jaxtr is the first and only company to offer its members the ability to bypass expensive international toll charges by calling a local Indian number to reach friends and family abroad-cheaply and easily-from any ordinary mobile or landline phone.

"Today, thousands of conversations just don't happen because it's too expensive and inconvenient to place international calls on the go," said Phillip Mobin, CTO and co-founder of jaxtr. "By linking their phones to the Web, jaxtr's Indian members can now make affordable international calls directly from their mobile phones. It's as simple as calling a friend down the street."

The Indian jaxtr numbers can be used to call other jaxtr members for free. And jaxtr members can bypass expensive international phone charges to call friends, family and business contacts in the United States, Canada and many other countries for as little as 0.43 INR (43 paisa or 0.01 USD) per minute. Landline and mobile charges to call the Indian jaxtr number also apply.

Unlike calling cards that require multiple steps and extra numbers for each call, jaxtr simply provides you with one, permanent number that you save to your phone. Each time you want to call your overseas contact, use their jaxtr number and it's as easy and direct as making a local call. Plus, callers can use any ordinary mobile or landline phone, without downloading extra applications or being tethered to a computer. Visit http://www.jaxtr.com to get started or http://www.jaxtr.com/howitworks.jsp for a complete overview of jaxtr's services.

More than 10 million people in 220 countries around the world use jaxtr. In fact, members can receive jaxtr calls in any country in the world that has phone service. The company now offers free local numbers for calls abroad in 57 countries, including Argentina, Australia, Austria, Bahrain, Belgium, Brazil, Bulgaria, Canada, Chile, China, Croatia, Republic of Cyprus, Czech Republic, Denmark, El Salvador, Estonia, Finland, France, Georgia, Germany, Greece, Guatemala, Hong Kong, Hungary, India, Ireland, Israel, Italy, Jamaica, Japan, Jordan, Republic of Korea, Latvia, Lithuania, Luxembourg, Malaysia, Mexico, Netherlands, New Zealand, Norway, Pakistan, Panama, Peru, Poland, Romania, Russian Federation, Singapore, Slovakia, Slovenia, South Africa, Spain, Sweden, Switzerland, Thailand, United Kingdom, United States, and Venezuela.

In countries where the company does not have local numbers, callers can use jaxtr's click-to-call service available online at http://www.jaxtr.com. In "click-to-call," jaxtr places a call to your phone and connects the call for you. Click-to-call can represent significant savings for mobile users as many mobile plans offer free incoming calls to subscribers.

For a complete list of countries and to review jaxtr's rates, visit http://www.jaxtr.com/user/rates.jsp.

About Jaxtr:
Jaxtr is an award-winning social communications company based in Menlo Park, Calif. Jaxtr launched its first consumer service in March 2007 and is currently used by more than 10 million users in 220 countries. Jaxtr links your phone to the Web, so you can call people anywhere in the world directly from your mobile phone without paying expensive international toll charges. By posting jaxtr widgets into your MySpace, Facebook, LinkedIn and other social networking profiles, you can hear from callers worldwide while keeping your existing phone number private. In-network jaxtr calls are free, and jaxtr works with any phone, mobile or landline. No download is required even if calls are initiated from a mobile phone. Local phone and mobile charges apply based on the subscriber's individual plan.


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