VoIP calling rate to India lowered to 1.1 cents per minute to mobile phones, 1.3 cents per minute to landlines
VoIP provider Nymgo has reduced call rates to India to 1.1 U.S. cents a minute to mobile phones and 1.3 U.S. cents to landline phones.
Nymgo, which is based in the UK and owned by Splendor Telecom, said it intends to cement its position as the world's No.1 low-cost VoIP service provider by providing significantly lower rates and higher quality calls than competitors like Skype and Vonage.
Nymgo founder Omar Onsi had announced two weeks ago that he'd cut the cost of VoIP calls to India if enough people signed up for Nymgo via the company's Facebook group.
After this new price cut, Onsi said, "If as many people join Nymgo via our Facebook group over the next two weeks as joined during the past two weeks, we will reduce call rates to mobiles in India to one cent a minute."