MCLEAN, VA -- (BUSINESS WIRE) -- September 27, 2006 ? Lingo, a leading U.S. broadband phone service provider, today announced that subscribers to their global calling plan can now get free calls to four new countries in the Asia-Pacific region. Customers can now call Australia, New Zealand, Singapore and South Korea as much as they want without any per minute charges. This brings the total number of countries included in Lingo's global calling plan to 21 for $21.95 per month.
The additional countries represent popular calling destinations of Lingo's broadband phone customers. By adding South Korea to the global calling plan, Lingo provides the families of U.S. military troops and personnel stationed in South Korea a convenient and inexpensive method of staying in touch.
?The addition of Australia, New Zealand, South Korea, and Singapore to Lingo's global calling plan provides greater value and savings to Lingo's broadband phone service customers,? said Ravi Bhatia, President of Lingo, Inc. ?We appreciate all of our customers' business and they can expect upcoming announcements that will further enhance our customers' satisfaction.?
Lingo Global Calling Plan and Features:
Global Plan for $21.95 ? Calling in the U.S., Canada, Puerto Rico
International countries included:
In addition to wide global coverage, Lingo bundles 25 unique, powerful, and popular features at no extra charge. These include: