(PRWEB) February 19, 2014
Top Connect’s TravelSim (http://www.travelsim.com), the world’s leading international pre-paid communications service, will exhibit and attend more than a dozen global B2B and B2C events throughout 2014 to engage with potential distributors and grow its user base to five million travelers.
Over 3.6 million “always connected” travelling executives and holidaymakers already use the TravelSim service each year to avoid high calling and data downloading charges from their local providers when travelling. By choosing TravelSim, users can save up to 85% of costs usually associated with international mobile communications.
Top Connect reports that the number of direct and indirect distributor subscribers using the TravelSim service pre-paid service increases by 80,000 each month.
With agreements in place with tier-one GSM operators in over 140 countries, TravelSim is the only pre-paid service to offer quality communications at unbeatable rates.
After saving its users a collective $200 million in roaming charges in 2013, Top Connect expects that by driving the number of TravelSim subscribers to 5 million by end 2014, users will save over $280 million by the end of this year.
The founders and senior management of Top Connect will be holding distributor talks with mobile virtual network operators (MVNOs) throughout the year at global events such as Mobile World Congress, CEBIT, Smartphone Japan, ITW Chicago and WTM London.
TravelSim is a product of Top Connect focused on both the business and leisure traveler. It is the world leader in international prepaid roaming solutions and is proven to save 85% on international roaming charges as well as offering very competitive data rates. Unlike local mobile operator cards, TravelSim is made for use around the world in over 190 countries. With exceptionally low rates on outgoing calls and free incoming calls in over 140 countries, TravelSim is the answer to the question “how to call cheaply from abroad.” TravelSim currently has over 3.5 million users worldwide. For more information visit http://www.travelsim.com