Communication services company Dhanus Technologies has made announcement about the launching of an international calling card, named V-Tel in the Indian market.
The card is targeted at Indians, who travel abroad for leisure and business purposes.
The newly launched service will be available for all GSM-based subscribers and with over 250 mobile operators. An amazing discount of 95% can be offered on international roaming across 229 countries.
Moreover, the service also facilitates free incoming calls in 50 countries, and the charge for calling to India would be Rs 0.49 per minute.
Mr. A D Sudhindra, Company's Executive Chairman, stated, “V-Tel will bring a lot of value to our customers who travel abroad frequently. It will give our customers the facility of having a single number throughout the 229 countries and will keep them in touch with their family, friends and business associates.”
V-Tel is not a country specific card that’s why it can save Indians traveling abroad from the trouble of carrying different SIM cards for different countries. Once the V-Tel card has been purchased the number remains with the caller for life-time and can be used to call any of the 229 countries or to call back home.
The card carries no hidden costs in billing and claims superior network and crystal clear voice clarity. Besides, it doesn’t charge any monthly rental and the user just have to pay Rs 999 as activation charge while buying it.
In order to keep the card active, a top-up atleast every six-month is required. Each and every person gets an exclusive number that is not transferred to anyone else even if the SIM remains inactive for a long time.
To obtain the card, one can just approach one of the 800 plus V-tel distributors or log onto V-tel’s official website ‘www.v-telmobile.com’ and submit her/his passport copy. After submitting the copy, the person will receive a ‘V-tel Welcome Kit’ with the number on the address mentioned in the passport. For further information one can also always refer to the V-tel website or call the 24X7 service providing V-Tel customer care.
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