Voice communications technology company PeerMe, Inc.
, the world's leading Mobile VoIP innovator, announced the death of per-minute calling fees for mobile calling. Users of the company's free peer-to-peer application can now make unlimited local, long-distance and international calls to other PeerMe users without incurring any per-minute charges on their phone bills.
"Anyone with a mobile data plan can download PeerMe in a few seconds," says CEO Tom Lasater. "We are the only VoIP company focused on the wireless space, and our powerful download is designed to allow people to use their mobile data plans to talk to any other PeerMe user anywhere in the world. Our interface is available in dozens of languages, and users in more than 120 countries are already using PeerMe to make free wireless calls. PC-to-PC dialing is old news. Our focus is on the future: wireless."
PeerMe enables free global communication through any communications device, including Windows Mobile 5 Smart Phones. In addition to providing high-quality connections to individual users in more than 120 countries, the Silicon Valley-based company empowers online communities and enterprises to enhance their existing services by establishing their own peer-to-peer voice and data networks.