Tpad Celebrates Ramadan

Tpad Celebrates Ramadan Month with Low Cost VoIP Calls Worldwide

Emerging VoIP provider Tpad has reduced call charges by 30% to every country in the world for the entire month of Ramadan.
Tpad Ultra Low VoIP Calling Rates

Tpad Ultra Low VoIP Calling Rates

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PRLog (Press Release)Jul 31, 2009 – Tpad, the Global VoIP Network, have slashed 30% off all worldwide call charges for the month beginning August 1st 2009 in celebration of the special event.

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

Steven Johns, Brand Manager for Tpad, said: “Ramadan is an important month for many families around the world, 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 low cost calls customers need to sign up for a free Tpad VoIP account, download the free Tpad PC softphone or use any SIP or VoIP Device (IP Phone, ATA or WiFi Mobile) and just buy a minimum of $5 Tpad VoIP 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 ultra low discounted VoIP rates from the very first call they make and there are no harsh restrictions to follow.  If you include the facts that we don’t have any connection charges and we only bill per second of the call then we are a powerful force in the consumer VoIP industry.”

The 30% worldwide discount for Ramadan is the latest innovative offer from Tpad as part of its campaign to cut the cost of consumer VoIP calling, this means that calling anywhere in Pakistan will now only cost 8 cent ($USD) per minute to any landline or mobile and now calls to India are even lower at 3 cent.

Tpad also has recently launched new local access DID (Direct Inward Dialling) numbers in Pakistan that allow anyone in Pakistan to call Tpad users around the world using a normal phone at just the cost of a local rate call. This is one of Tpad’s best features as it allows all poorer countries to benefit from the VoIP revolution that is happening at the moment.

“We want to make VoIP calling available to poorer areas that don’t have access to PC’s or broadband, and our popular local access DID number service offers this feature and means users can make international calls and they only pay for a local call and not an expensive international call.” said Johns.

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About Tpad (http://www.tpad.com):
Tpad, the world’s most flexible communications company, offers next-generation telephony solutions for consumers and businesses. Tpad is a true global VoIP network and offers users a wide range of VoIP / SIP devices (PC Softphones, Linksys ATAs, Grandstream IP phones or Nokia WiFi mobiles) to make free or low cost calls anywhere in the world with crystal clear quality. Tpad’s new telephony services make it easier and cheaper for people to stay in touch using any device, on any network, anytime, anywhere. The ever-expanding global IP telephony company is headquartered in the UK with offices in the UAE.

Tpad is a registered service mark of Tpad, Ltd. All other trademarks and trade names are the property of their respective owners.


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