|By Business Wire||
|May 14, 2014 02:21 PM EDT||
The innovative new service lets users make free App-to-App calls only using an email address. There’s no need to set up a separate screen name. Users simply find the email address in a contact list and call anyone else with the netTALK app for free. Users can also call any netTALK subscriber, including DUO, DUO II & DUO WiFi customers, worldwide for free.
netTALK App for Android and iOS also enables highly discounted calls to mobiles and landlines: 30% – 40% less on International Calling to mobiles and landlines worldwide. Users can pay through Google Wallet or charge it to their cellular phone bill with the “carrier billing” feature.
Once installed, netTALK is also giving away free US and Canadian phone numbers with unlimited free incoming calls from friends and family.
Both the Android and iOS Apps are completely redesigned, says netTALK. These are brand new Apps, and not simply bug-fixes of previous Apps that didn’t meet the company’s expectations. The new app has been optimized to work on both Android phones and tablets, and on iPhones and iPads, offering more stability, clearer reception and new bonus features including Free International FM radio broadcasts. The broadcast can even be streamed to any Bluetooth speaker including the Bluetooth radio in the user’s car. The App also enables a free conference call bridge with unlimited participants.
“Our goal with this new app was to provide customers with affordable flexibility and features,” says netTALK’s CEO Takis Kyriakides. “Our customers always get to save money, and now they can make the most of their mobile devices too.”
netTALK.com, Inc. is a public company (and multi-product company) engaged in the design, distribution and sale of consumer electronics products and ultra low-cost Voice over Internet Protocol (VoIP) telephone services. Products include the netTALK DUO and DUO WiFi.
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