ChatTime Introduces First Mobile App for Free International Calls Without Requiring Wi-Fi or 3G

Patent Pending Technology Eliminates Dependence on Wi-Fi
or 3G Connections for True Mobility and Crystal Clear Quality.

ChatTime, an iPhone app for
international calls, is offering free calls between users. ChatTime makes calls
without requiring Wi-Fi or 3G on either end, eliminating dependence on data
connections to transmit voice.

This new technology makes free mobile international
calling available to 1.7 billion people in 53 countries.

“ChatTime delivers the highest voice call quality
available for international calls,” said Dan Currie, CEO of SmartRoam.

“ChatTime is offering its customers free calls when
they connect with another ChatTime customer, without restricting where calls
are made or answered. Our customers are the only ones who can make free mobile
international calls without Wi-Fi or 3G on either end of the call,” Currie

ChatTime is convenient and calls are crystal clear,
unlike competition in the telecom, calling card and VoIP industries. As a free
download and with free calls between customers, ChatTime enables customers
around the globe to try the solution without risk or cost.

Beyond its free calls offer, ChatTime continues to
provide low-cost international calls over cellular networks without the need
for Wi-Fi or 3G. The ChatTime app presents the best global solution for free
and low-cost international calls.

ChatTime is available in the iPhone
App Store
and is consistently ranked in the Top 10 Apps for the
Productivity Grossing category in the US App Store. ChatTime downloads have
grown at an average rate of 42 percent month to month since January 2011.
Ninety percent of reviewers give ChatTime four or five stars.

According to Gartner, mobile VoIP calling will not scale
for mass-adoption until 4G networks are fully implemented, targeted for 2017.
Currently, mobile VoIP is unreliable and inconvenient for the average mobile
customer who does not want to be tethered to a Wi-Fi hotspot.

Juniper Research says mobile VoIP connected 2.9 percent
of the total international call traffic in 2010.

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