Localphone.com Rewards Customers with Complimentary Calls to Thailand
Sheffield, United Kingdom, Jan 22, 2013 (PRWeb.com via COMTEX) --
The international call provider, Localphone, has announced it will be giving away free calls to Thailand for one week. The offer applies to calls made to landline numbers in Thailand and is available to all Localphone customers from 12pm GMT 22nd January until 12pm GMT 29th January 2013. Calls can be made straight from a mobile phone, landline or computer from anywhere in the world and Localphone won't charge them. After the promotion ends calls to Thailand will be charged at the normal cheap Localphone rate of 1.5¢ USD / 0.9p GBP or 1.1c EUR per minute.
CEO of Localphone, Paul Cusack said, 'At Localphone we like to reward our loyal customers and thank them for continuing to use the service. This week, we're giving away free calls to Thailand and we hope our customers make the most of the offer to call their loved ones abroad.'
Find out how to make free calls to Thailand.
For users who are not already Localphone customers, they can still take advantage of the offer. It's free to sign up to Localphone and then they will be eligible to call Thailand for free. Alternatively, users can download the free Localphone iPhone and Android apps and sign up via their Smartphone. Customers who use the Localphone Smartphone apps can also make international calls via WiFi or their Internet connection.
Localphone is a leading provider of cheap international calls and was awarded Highly Commended for Best Consumer VoIP at the ITSPA 2012 Awards. Founded in Sheffield, United Kingdom, in 2007 it has quickly grown to become one of the largest providers of cheap international calls and offers call rates that are up to 88% cheaper than the competition.
If you would like more information about this topic, or to schedule an interview, please call the press room at +44(0) 114 3190538 or email press(at)Localphone(dot)com.
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