We've seen a lot of interest from several countries including the U.S., Pakistan, Canada and Spain and hopefully this success will continue to grow.
Burnley, UK (PRWEB) March 7, 2007
Popular VoIP provider Tpad have unveiled their latest innovation in their drive to cut the cost of phone calls, Break In local numbers. By dialing a Break In number before calling Tpad customer the caller will only be charged at local rate no matter where in the world they are calling.
Steven Johns, Marketing Manager for Tpad, believes that these numbers will make it easier for Tpad customers to stay in touch with family or friends living in a different country: "The international call charge can be prohibitive for anybody wanting to chat to a friend or family member in another country. Now with the Break In local numbers all they need to do is get a free Tpad VoIP number and they can be contacted using a normal phone at the cost of a local call."
The Break In numbers are already proving popular, "We've seen a lot of interest from several countries including the U.S., Pakistan, Canada and Spain and hopefully this success will continue to grow." said Johns.
The new numbers also allow callers to contact Tpad VoIP numbers without having to use a PC. "One of the biggest problems used to be that people assumed that if they got a VoIP number all their friends and family would need a PC and the internet to take advantage of the savings. With these numbers that's no longer the case, anybody can now call a Tpad customer using a normal phone," Johns added.
The call forwarding service from Tpad also means that customers can forward their free VoIP number to a normal mobile or land line phone at Tpad's competitive call rates. This means that they can go anywhere in the world and still be contactable even if they don't have access to the internet.
Tpad's pioneering offers such as a free VoIP number for every customer and free voicemail retrieval have established the company as a market leader.
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