World Phone Internet Services, a Category “A” Internet Services Provider in India has announced its premium Internet telephony unlimited plans to the USA, UK, Australia and Canada for just Rs.1500 per month onwards.
With this announcement, World Phone Internet Services has effectively broken all price barriers in international call rates by bringing the price per call down to less than 50 paisa per minute.
According to Mr. Aditya Ahluwalia, Chairman, World Phone Internet Services Private Limited, “World Phone has always believed in taking the lead and offering its customers the most affordable Internet telephony services in the industry while maintaining the superior quality of its ever popular international voice calling services. We are confident that our new plans will find preference amidst our target audience.”
The best part about the newly announced premium Internet telephony unlimited plan is that the user does not even require a computer. All the user requires is a telephone.
Subscribers to this service will get a regular telephone with an international virtual number, which if directly plugged in to a DSL/broadband Internet connection, allows them to make unlimited international calls to the country of their choice.
World Phone has introduced the following new plans:
Besides, the company has introduced Basic Plans which are as follows:
World’s Phone’s newly announced telephony plan is also loaded with several value-added features that are sure to be appreciated by users who have near and dear ones living abroad.
Some of the salient features are:
“We want to assist the Indian government in curbing the rapid proliferation of illegal internet telephony service providers in India and help users understand the relevance of the issue. Users need to be educated on the fact that using the services of the grey market operators in the VoIP sector may have serious implications as they might compromise national security unknowingly,” added Mr. Ahluwalia.
World Phone’s service will first be available at outlets across Delhi in India. One can also book a connection by logging on to the World Phone web site. Within a month’s time, this service will be launched in Mumbai and will then be extended to other major cities across the country like Bangalore, Chennai, Hyderabad, Chandigarh, Kolkata, Pune and Ahmedabad amongst others.