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TMCNet:  Plingm Launches Free Calling App for LinkedIn Users

[November 28, 2012]

Plingm Launches Free Calling App for LinkedIn Users

Nov 28, 2012 (Close-Up Media via COMTEX) -- Plingm, a Swedish mobile VoIP app, has launched free phone calls for LinkedIn's users, it was announced.

According to a release, without a single digit, Plingm users with an iPhone can call their own contacts on LinkedIn directly. LinkedIn users can now also call and talk to their LinkedIn contacts for free anywhere in the world.

"Mobile numbers are legacy. By using our LinkedIn calling feature, you can always reach the person you want to speak to even if they switch jobs or change their number," said Pandelis Eliopoulos, co-founder of Plingm. "With the growing use of social media, the possibility to call your LinkedIn contacts directly without a phone number is a logical evolution of mobile communication." How to do it Download the Plingm app from the App Store and accept to connect with your LinkedIn account. The app automatically scans and imports all your contacts. Calls between Plingm users are free, regardless if you are in the same town or on the other side of the world.


Plingm develops technology that enables people cost efficient ways to communicate.

More information: www.plingm.com ((Comments on this story may be sent to newsdesk@closeupmedia.com))

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