Tpad Celebrates Eid with Low Cost Calls Worldwide

October 06, 2007 (PRLEAP.COM) Technology News
In celebration of the Eid festival Tpad are slashing their worldwide call charges by 30% during the weekend, which begins October 12th 2007.

Because the popular VoIP provider is cutting the cost of calls to anywhere in the world families that live countries apart will now be able to stay in touch for less.

As an example, during Eid calling anywhere in Pakistan with Tpad will now only cost 4 cents per minute to any landline or mobile.

Steven Johns, Marketing Manager for Tpad, said: "Eid is an important event for many families around the world and thanks to this great offer giving Mum a call just got cheaper, no matter where you need to call."

To take advantage of the low cost calls all customers need to do is sign up for a free Tpad account and download the free Tpad softphone or use a SIP / ATA Device.

They only need to buy a minimum of $1 Tpad call credit to be able to make calls at the cheap rate.

The discounted calls start from the moment the account first receives credit and there are no minimum call amounts to exceed before the savings begin.

Johns continued: "The joy of this offer is that unlike other VoIP providers we allow our customers to take advantage of Tpad's ultra low discounted rates from the very first call they make and there are no harsh restrictions to follow."

The 30% worldwide discount for Eid is the latest innovative offer from Tpad as part of the company's campaign to cut the cost of VoIP calling.

Tpad has recently launched new Break In numbers in over 38 countries which allow people to call Tpad users around the world using a normal phone at just the cost of a local rate call.

"We want to make VoIP calling available to all countries, including those that donít have access to PCís or broadband, and our popular Break In Service helps make this possible and means that users can make international calls and only pay for a local call, not an expensive international call," Johns added.