The limited time offer makes all calls to standard Polish landlines free for a week and is effective from 12pm (noon) GMT Wednesday 29th February until 12pm (noon) GMT Thursday 8th March 2012. After this time, the call rate will revert back to the normal cheap price from 0.4p per minute.
All Localphone customers old and new can use the free calls. There are no restrictions on how many landline numbers they call or how long they talk for, so it really is free calls for a week. Find out more at http://www.localphone.com/call/poland
"We’ve seen substantial growth to Poland as a calling destination in the past year and we’d like to thank our loyal customers by giving them something back," said CEO and founder, Paul Cusack. "We hope our customers enjoy this offer and we look forward to announcing more discounts in the future."
There are a number of Localphone services that customers can use to make calls to Poland from a mobile, landline or computer. The most popular service is the Local Numbers service, which gives customers a local number to call from a mobile or landline that connects straight through to their friend in Poland. This service is also available on the free to download iPhone and Android apps allowing customers to make international calls and manage contacts on the move.
Established in 2007, Localphone has quickly grown to become one of the world’s leading providers of cheap international calls and free VoIP calls. Famous for its crystal clear call quality and superb customer support, Localphone provides some of the cheapest global call rates in the market with prices being up to 88% cheaper than the competition.
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