Sheffield, United Kingdom (PRWEB) September 19, 2013
Localphone.com has announced customers can make unlimited calls to Ireland from their mobile phone, landline or computer at no cost for a week. The offer applies to calls made to landlines in Ireland from 12pm GMT on September 19th until 12pm GMT September 26th, 2013. This offer is available to all Localphone customers old and new, no matter whether they are calling from Ireland or calling from any other country in the world. Customers can call for as long as they want, to as many Ireland landline numbers as they want and Localphone won’t charge them. After the promotion ends, calls to landlines in Ireland will return to the regular cost of 0.8¢ USD / 0.7c EUR / 0.5p GBP per minute.
Consumers who are not Localphone users can still enjoy complimentary calls to Ireland. They simply need to sign up at no cost, create a Localphone account, add contacts and start calling.
Paul Cusack, CEO and founder of Localphone, said, ‘We are pleased to reward the loyalty of our customers with fantastic offers. Localphone is constantly working hard to provide customers an excellent service. I look forward for announcing more offers like this one.’
Localphone offers a number of different ways to make calls. Customers can call using the Local Numbers service from their mobile, landline or via the Localphone iPhone and Android apps. VoIP calls can be made at no cost from a computer using the Localphone Internet Phone or the customer’s own VoIP compatible device.
Localphone is a leading provider of cheap international calls and was recently awarded Highly Commended for Best Consumer VoIP at the ITSPA 2013 Awards. Founded in Sheffield, United Kingdom in 2007 it has quickly grown to become one of the largest providers of cheap international calls and offers call rates that are up to 88 percent cheaper than the competition.
If you would like more information about this topic, or to schedule an interview, please call the press room at +44(0) 114 3190538 or email press(at)Localphone(dot)com.