Low Budget Calls to Nigeria with TelephoneNigeria.com Monthly Plans

The new rate for international calls to Nigeria is as low as 3.5 or 3.6 cents/minute with the new monthly plans: Nigeria 500 or Nigeria 1000.

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Monthly plans Nigeria 500 and Nigeria 1000 bring lower rates for international calls to Nigeria. The 500 and 1000 minute plans can be purchased on TelephoneNigeria.com.

Atlanta, Georgia (PRWEB) December 21, 2013

For everyone calling Nigeria on regular basis, TelephoneNigeria.com announces 15% off on their monthly plans: Nigeria 500 and Nigeria 1000. This means 3.6¢ and 3.5¢ per minute on calls to Nigeria. Going for a monthly plan instead of a pay-as-you-go-service like Voice Credit on TelephoneNigeria.com helps you save even more money to call friends or family in Nigeria, on their mobiles or landlines.

The monthly price for the calling plan Nigeria 500 dropped from $19.99 to $17.99. It includes 500 minutes to mobiles and landlines in Nigeria. As a subscription, customers are charged directly on their credit or debit cards, within a secure system, and in a comfortable way.

If more minutes are needed, Nigeria 1000 is an upgraded solution. It offers 1000 minutes for a fixed amount of $34.99 per month instead of the old price of $39.99. Minutes are available for 30 days and can be complemented by extra Voice Credit whenever necessary, without any service fee or other obligation.

Minutes are available for calls to both mobiles and landlines in Nigeria, which in fact is a great aspect of the service. The batch of minutes makes it thus easier to call without having to over think, before dialing, about the costs involved.

Free features and extras make the monthly plans packages really attractive. The service works from smartphones, whether iOS devices or Android, and even from PC to phone, but also with old generation phones through access numbers.

International calls are made easy if free features are activated. If properly customized, making an international call with TelephoneNigeria.com resumes to just one step: dialing the destination number alone.

Speed Dial allows skipping the dialing of the whole number on every call. If PINless is activated, no PIN required on every use. 1 minute billing instead of 3 minutes and most importantly, no hidden fees involved. The service is also very popular for the high quality - low rates ratio.

Upgrading or downgrading one of the two plans is possible by making a simple setting in the online account. No restrictions attached, the mobility from one plan to another has been designed to keep the product flexible and match different customer realistic needs.

The new plans help save money as compared to occasional Voice Credit, also known as pay-as-you-go credit. Both Nigeria 500 and Nigeria 1000 work as monthly subscriptions and payment is made automatically without any customer effort.

In case one runs out of minutes before the 30 day active period, the Voice Credit service (a pay-as-you-go service) works as an extra option that allows customers to buy more minutes to call Nigeria.

The two plans come as a result of constant efforts and successful negotiation of TelephoneNigeria.com specialists to reduce costs and offer better rates. Its service is now even more affordable to customers from all over the world maintaining the same great quality for international calls. The 500 or 1000 minute monthly plans have been designed by TelephoneNigeria.com to meet customer needs. To further support the use of their products, Customer Service is available 24/7, offering individual attention and assistance.

About TelephoneNigeria.com

TelephoneNigeria.com is a website designed by KeepCalling, a global telecommunications company registered in 2002 in the USA. KeepCalling, the company behind TelephoneNigeria.com, offers other telecom solutions apart from monthly plans: prepaid credit, Virtual Numbers or Mobile Recharge. KeepCalling provides its services to over 150,000 consumers and businesses each month. In 2013, Inc Magazine listed KeepCalling as the 16th fastest growing company in the telecommunications industry.


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