Localphone.com Announces Unlimited Free Calls To Belgium
Sheffield, UK, Dec 07, 2012 (PRWeb.com via COMTEX) --
Localphone customers can make unlimited free calls to Belgium for a whole week. The free call offer applies to calls made to landlines in Belgium from 12pm GMT 7th December until 12pm GMT 14th December 2012. This offer is available to all Localphone customers old and new, no matter whether they are calling from Belgium or calling from any other country in the world. Customers can call for as long as they want, to as many numbers as they want and Localphone won't charge them. After the promotion ends, calls to Belgium will cost from 0.8p GBP / 1.2¢ USD or 1c EUR per minute.
Consumers who are not yet Localphone customers can still enjoy free calls to Belgium. They simply need to sign up for free and create a Localphone account, add contacts and start calling. International calls can be made from an existing mobile phone, landline or computer.
CEO and founder, Paul Cusack, commented, 'It's great to be able to reward our loyal customers so we hope they enjoy the free calls to Belgium and catch up with their loved ones.'
Find out how to make free calls to Belgium.
Localphone is a leading provider of cheap international calls and was recently 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. Localphone offers a number of different services and apps for Apple devices, Android as well as desktop apps. Recently the Smartphone apps were upgraded to handle 4G networks and with more exciting developments in the pipeline 2013 looks set to be a huge year for Localphone.
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