06
Aug
08

PhoneFusion needs your help – Take the Survey

Make Int’l Calls on the Cheap; Less Than 5 cents a Minute

These days, travelers are getting squeezed for every penny. If you’re looking for ways to help international travelers save money on the road, PhoneFusion One (www.phonefusionone.com) is worth a look. Consider this: A traveler using a major wireless carrier to place a five-minute call from Beijing to the U.S. would pay $10-12 in international roaming charges. Using PhoneFusion One to place the call, the traveler will pay less than 20 cents.

The communications service fuses together phone, fax and data functionality. Using PhoneFusion One, subscribers have an easy way to manage all of their business and personal communications wherever they are. A great benefit of the service is the significant saving it provides on sky-high international roaming charges.

How does it work?

  • <!–[if !supportLists]–>Once you reach your destination, simply stop at any local mobile phone store and pick up a local SIM card for you phone ($10-15). In most cities around the world, these stores are everywhere. Pop the new SIM card into the mobile phone it now has a local number.
  • <!–[if !supportLists]–>The next step is to log on the PhoneFusion One web site and update your call forwarding information with this new local number.
  • <!–[if !supportLists]–>When you’re ready to call friends, family or customers back in the U.S., use the “Make a Call” feature at the PhoneFusion One website. Just enter your new local number and the number of the party you’re trying to reach. PhoneFusion One will connect the two parties and charge local, U.S. calling rates.

And if a laptop or PC isn’t handy, PhoneFusion One has actually come up with a way to use email right from the mobile phone to get both parties connected even if they are halfway around the globe.

Via FastCompany.com


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