IBrizz.com Presented Unbeatable Rates for International Calls
At the end of December 2014, Russian developers have launched a new cloud communication project iBrizz.com.
January 23, 2014 (Newswire.com) - Unlike other traditional voice-over-IP services, iBrizz.com works directly from any browser without installing any additional software. The optimized infrastructure of the service allows its customers to make calls to Europe and Asia at special low rates.
Phone calls through iBrizz could be made directly from the website http://www.iBrizz.com. Android and iOS users can use the service via the Zoiper app on their device. So they can save money on international calls especially while travelling abroad. For example, winter sports lovers can enjoy the 3 cents calls to Austria and Switzerland.
Similar low rates (http://ibrizz.com/en/info/promotions/) are offered to other popular destinations. For only 3 cents per minute iBrizz cloud service allows web calls to landlines of almost every European country and popular tourist meccas, such as India, Thailand, Israel and Turkey (the list is not limited). Such low price is provided thanks to the optimized infrastructure of the service, its servers are located in Europe, Asia and America.
All calls are charged with 1 second increment except of Mexico and Gambia (1 minute increment). iBrizz does not charge for connection, the customer pays only for the conversation.
All registered users of the service has an opportunity to test the quality of the communication with 5 free calls to any destination.
ibrizz.com is available in three languages: Russian, English and Vietnamese. The project development continues, in the nearest future developers plan to implement the connectivity of iBrizz-account and phone numbers from around the world to provide DID (Direct inward dialing) service.
IBrizz.com — is an easy to use service for making phone calls via any browser. Low rates for popular destinations, and good call quality favorably differ it on the communications market. iBrizz.com is developed by NGG Asia Limited — Hong Kong company with Russian founders.