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December 27, 2011
BellVoz, a provider of telecommunications services for connecting both residential and corporate clients across the globe, has announced the introduction on Bell2CA, a new cost-effective international long distance calling plan, for US customers who call Central America. The latest calling plan from BellVoz delivers customers with the three-fold advantages of choice, value, and quality. Using Bell2CA, US based customers will be able to call their family and friends in El Salvador much more cost-effectively than the current option of paying by the minute.
Customers of the company can now do away with costly and frustrating calling card pins. Calling and talking to loved ones becomes so much more fulfilling without having to worry about the number of minutes spoken or having to worry about hidden costly charges. Using Bell2CA, customers can register up to 10 phone numbers and have the option of using the service from either their homes, or office or even on their mobile phones. The new long distance minute plan can be shared with different family members by the process of simple number in the account authorization process.
In a release, President Juan Carlos Castañeda, said, “We offer calling plans tailored to fit our customers’ lifestyle and preferences. There is a plan for everyone, from the frequent to the occasional long-distance caller. For example: for just $90, for up to 30 days, you can call your grandmother in El Salvador, to her house or mobile phone and talk for up to 500 minutes and not worry about how much it’s going to cost you. With this plan, BellVoz gives you 15 free international text messages you can use at any time during the plan. Our customer gets more added value services for their money.”
Headquartered in Miramar, Florida, with an additional office in Spain, BellVoz was founded in 2008. The company delivers telecommunication services in customized cost-effective packages which help connect globally located residential and corporate customers.
Calvin Azuri is a contributing editor for TMCnet. To read more of Calvin’s articles, please visit his columnist page.
Edited by Rich Steeves