Provides lower rates if user goes over the free 250 minutes/month or call outside of the 57 countries
Communications company Comwave has launched a new mobile app for the Android OS, eliminating cell phone long distance charges to 57 countries which is available in the Android Market for the US & Canada for $30 per year
With the new app, users will be able to place long distance calls directly through their existing contact lists on their Android Smartphones to 57 countries including the USA & Canada.
There are no monthly bills, just an annual fee of $30 and there is a 100-minute free trial available.
The $30/year includes the ability to change user’s caller ID, 250 free local & long distance minutes per month for 12 months to call across the street or around the globe and lower rates than Skype if user goes over the free 250 minutes/month or call outside of the 57 countries.
Comwave said it is also planning to launch a BlackBerry version very soon.
Comwave president and CEO Yuval Barzakay said Android is a popular OS and those users now have the same access to Call the World and enjoy significant savings.
"It’s so simple to use, and it is the only app that allows you to call 57 countries from your Smartphone," said Barzakay.