In its continuing endeavor to provide its subscribers with more calling capabilities for their money, PCCall
is pleased to announce the availability of the Lucky 7 Calling Plan. This VoIP talk plan allows people from almost anywhere in the world to use their computers to call any seven numbers in seven countries. The fixed price for this all-inclusive package is just $7 per month. Customers who enroll in the Lucky 7 plan are also able to place unlimited calls to other PCCall members' Lucky 7 numbers at no additional charge. Lucky 7 numbers can be located virtually anywhere in the United States, Canada, China, the United Kingdom (landline), Spain (landline), Sweden (landline) and Singapore.
According to VoIP Review, "consumers are paying an average of $24.96 per month for VoIP service." A recent "New York Times" article further revealed that even traditional landline subscribers have seen their residential bills grow by over 64 percent in the last decade. Compare those figures to the Lucky 7 Calling Plan's fixed monthly fee of $7, and the savings are obvious.
"The Lucky 7 pricing plan brings unprecedented value to the consumer VoIP market," says Isaac Salem, president of Iscom, PCCall's parent company. "Every new customer who enrolls in Lucky 7 will bring seven new unlimited numbers to the Lucky 7 network, thereby creating a growing global network of free calls."
How does PCCall stack up against its competition? Unlike Skype, Vonage and other similar VoIP services, PCCall offers unlimited calling to international numbers in addition to U.S. and Canadian numbers. PCCall can be used by anyone who has an Internet connection at his or her disposal. The service works on dial-up connections as well as broadband, thus opening up VoIP's cost advantages to those without high-speed access.