Localphone.com Rewards Customers with Free Calls to Hungary
Sheffield, United Kingdom, Nov 28, 2012 (PRWeb.com via COMTEX) --
Localphone customers who make calls to Europe will be pleased this week, because the call provider is giving away unlimited free calls to Hungary. The offer applies to Hungarian landline numbers and the calls will be free from 12pm (noon) GMT 28th November until 12pm (noon) GMT 5th December. Calls can be made from within Hungary and also from anywhere in the world. Customers can make as many calls as they want, to as many Hungarian landline numbers and Localphone won't charge them. The calls can be made straight from a mobile phone, landline or computer without needing to purchase a calling card or monthly call plan.
The CEO and founder of Localphone, Paul Cusack, gave this message to consumers, "If you have friends and family in Hungary we're pleased to offer you free calls to their landline numbers for a whole week. Sign up for free to Localphone and spread the word about us by sending your friends your recommend link and earning yourself free credit."
Find out how to make free calls to Hungary.
Localphone offers a number of different services to enable users to make international calls and send texts. The most popular service is Local Numbers, which gives users a landline number that is local to them and this connects straight through to their friend abroad. Find out how to make cheap international calls. Consumers can sign up for free at http://www.localphone.com and will be given a free 5 minute call to try out the crystal clear call quality.
Localphone is headquartered in Sheffield, United Kingdom. It was founded in 2007 and has since grown to become one of the world's leading international call providers with a rapidly growing global customer base.
If you would like more information about this topic, or to schedule an interview, please call the press room at +44(0) 114 3190538 or email press(at)Localphone(dot)com.
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