BlackBerry PlayBook Gets Better with Comwave ePhone
Unlimited video calling between ePhone users is now included in Comwave ePhone. Due to popular demand, the ePhone is available in the US & the UK, and plans of making it available in other countries shortly is on the anvil. The only BlackBerry PlayBook App that enables you to make and receive video phone calls using your PlayBook from anywhere you want is currently Comwave ePhone. Comwave ePhone also allows customers to make Video Calls to other ePhone users as well without any additional charge.
"BlackBerry PlayBook users have sent us a steady stream of feedback, and we're responding quickly. With Comwave ePhone, PlayBook users can easily Video Chat for free, call around the globe and even receive calls just like a regular phone,” said Darryl Singer, director of digital marketing, Comwave, in a release.
Customers can now download a 30-Day Risk Free trial and benefit from 100 minutes of free calling to nearly 60 countries, unlimited incoming calls, and unlimited talk between ePhone users. Customers will also get their own phone number to receive calls directly to their BlackBerry PlayBook.
Once the free trial expires, customers will have the choice to purchase the app for as low as $20/year. Purchasing the app includes features such as unlimited free incoming calls, unlimited ePhone-2-ePhone calls, and 250 free minutes every month for 12 months to call across nearly 60 countries. There are no monthly bills or fees, just the annual fee.
Comwave is Canada's principal independent communications company specializing in Voice over IP (VoIP), long distance and mobile for business and residential customers. Comwave, under the leadership of president and CEO, Yuval Barzakay, has become Canada's leader in VoIP solutions.
Comwave serves in excess of 1,000 cities in Canada and around 11,000 in the United States. In the present competitive landscape Comwave has been the go-to company for great savings and they continue to provide customers the absolute best rates. Never undersold, Comwave doesn’t compromise on reliability and customer satisfaction.
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