Tpad Cuts the Cost of Mother's Day with Cheap Call Rates

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VoIP provider Tpad has halved call charges to every country in the world for Mother's Day on March 18th.

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Mother's Day is an important day and thanks to this great offer, giving mum a call just got cheaper no matter where you need to call.

Tpad, the global phone network, have just made it easier to make mum's day on Mothering Sunday by slashing 50% off all call charges for the day.

The popular VoIP provider is cutting the cost of calls to any country in the world which means that families that live apart can stay in touch for less.

Steven Johns, Marketing Manager for Tpad, said: "Mother's Day is an important day and thanks to this great offer, giving mum a call just got cheaper no matter where you need to call."

To take advantage of the cheap calls customers need to sign up for a free Tpad account, download the free softphone and get a minimum of $1 Tpad call credit. The discounted calls start from the moment the account first receives credit and there is no minimum call amounts to exceed before the savings begin.

Johns continued, "The joy of this offer is that unlike other VoIP providers we allow our customers to take advantage of Tpad's discounted rates from the very first call they make."

Each user will receive 120 minutes at this discounted rate, plenty of talk-time even for those with plenty to catch up on. The 50% discount for Mother's Day is the latest innovative offer from Tpad as part of its campaign to cut the cost of VoIP calling.

Tpad also offers every customer a free VoIP number and has recently launched 13 new Break In numbers to allow people to call Tpad users through a normal phone while still enjoying Tpad's low call charges.

"We want to make VoIP calling as easy, convenient and cheap as possible for our customers and these offers are a key part of our strategy to do so," said Johns.

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