Misterfone announces the launch of its international VoIP calling service with tariffs up to 80% cheaper than Skype
Strassen, Luxembourg; November 12, 2013 – Today Misterfone, the Luxembourg based VoIP telephony company, proudly announces the global launch of its international calling service, marking the successful end of the pilot phase that started in June.
Misterfone’s smartphone application is available for Android and iOS, with more platforms to follow soon. Misterfone’s state of the art VoIP technology uses the smartphone’s Wi-Fi or 3G/4G data connection for sending voice calls directly to the destination numbers.
The objective of Misterfone is to become the most user-friendly and economic service for international calls to mobile phones anywhere in the world, with prices up to 80% lower than Skype (see chart below). Consequently, Misterfone has focused on the essential to ensure a great user experience for its service:
- Price – always low international calling rates
- Simplicity – a service for calling international phone numbers, nothing more, nothing less
- Mobile first – everything can be done through the user’s mobile device
- Quality – no compromises on call quality and customer care
“Misterfone combines the three key elements for a successful utility app: It meets an existing need, it’s very easy to use and it saves costs,” says Misterfone’s CEO Fernando Nunez-Mendoza. “We are very optimistic about Misterfone’s growth. Only in the year 2013 over one billion smartphones will be shipped and more than half of the world population will use mobile communications. Let’s help everybody talk more and save on their calls.”
Misterfone, founded in 2013 and based in Luxembourg, provides a service for cheap international calls via smartphone applications and VoIP technology. Misterfone offers great call quality and very attractive calling rates, especially to mobile phones.
Misterfone is a subsidiary of fonYou (http://www.fonyou.com), a global technology company and pioneer in cloud telephony solutions for telecom operators.