Sunday, September 19, 2004

Lingo VoIP Service Adds "Unlimited Asia" Calling Option from U.S.

Lingo, a broadband VoIP service, added a new "Unlimited Asia" calling plan offering unlimited calls to China, Guam, Hong Kong, Japan, Malaysia, Singapore, South Korea, Taiwan, Australia, New Zealand, Canada, the U.S. and the U.K. for $34.95 per month. Lingo provides a primary U.S. phone in 220 area codes. Lingo customers can also add an "International Universal Number" to their service, which is actually "local" to a specific international country, in Hong Kong, Japan, South Korea, and Taiwan.

  • In June 2004, Primus Telecommunications unveiled its new "Lingo" VOIP service, offering U.S. customers unlimited calling to Western Europe over their broadband connection. The Lingo service is available free for a three-month period to consumers, and includes unlimited local and long-distance calling in the U.S., unlimited international calling to Canada and Western Europe, and over 25 calling features. The company is offering a free Analog Telephone Adapter. After the 3 month trial is over, the Lingo service will cost $19.95 per month.


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