GlobalTel Announces Debut of TelCan Prepaid Calling Card
Boca Raton, FL January 27, 2012
TelCan and GlobalTel, both providers of international telecommunication services have collectively launched an innovative prepaid calling card named TelCan. The special thing about this card is that with it calls can originate from either US or Canada and terminate in India for as cheap as 1 cent per minute pulse rate.
These cards are readily available on the website www.TelCan.com. It has been priced very reasonably and can be bought for as low as $5.00. On the launch TelCan officials stated that this card would be the cheapest way to call India. They said that the focus while developing this card was to meet the variegated needs of Indian students and families residing in US and Canada who call India frequently to stay connected with their near and dear ones. There are no hidden charges, fees and paid add-on’s, thus, making it the cheapest way to call to India.
The TelCan India calling card meets the needs of Indian students and families in Canada and the US who want to “call home” to India but don’t want to spend a fortune doing it. The users also appreciate the fact that it is a “clean” card without all the fees and add-on’s that other companies
GlobalTel is a service of InterActive Media Technologies, Inc., an international telecom services company based in Boca Raton, Florida, USA. GlobalTel has sales organizations in more than 75 countries and serves customers in more than 200 countries. The telecom services offered include Universal International Free Number (UIFN) Direct Dial service, Callback Service, GlobalTel USA Calling card service - a US & Canada domestic service, CallMeBack Prepaid Phone Cards for any country, switching and carrier services for resellers and phone card distributors. GlobalTel’s network connects to seven tier one carriers using ISDN PRI for fastest connectivity and highest quality. GlobalTel’s network consists of five Class three and four, Lucent and Dialogic switches connected to various Tier One carriers via TDM and Cisco-based VOIP circuits using BellSouth and UUNET for superior connectivity.