Wednesday, 29 April 2009

Vectone introduces calling card ‘ZeroZero’ – UK

Vectone, a London-based privately-owned MVNO, has introduced a prepaid calling card ‘ZeroZero’ for its subscribers in the UK. The calling card identifies an international number and routes the call through a local access number, using Vectone’s low-cost international network to make the call. As a result, customers will be able to make international calls at a much cheaper rate than the usual cost. The new card is likely to attract contract customers having free minutes in their kitty to get low-rate international calls.

ZeroZero requires one-time installation and then can be topped up at various retail outlets, including Epay or Payzone, directly through Interactive Voice Response from the users’ handset or online.

Jon Fisher, Chief Marketing Officer of Vectone, said: "We are delighted to offer our calling card customers the next generation of the international calling card, a product that delivers simplicity of installation and use, ease of top up coupled with the amazing value Vectone offers for international calls."