U Angel announces new partnerships to expand Voice2Korea


UAngel America announced that Voice2Korea, the
U.S.-to-Korea international call service on Mobile, is expanding audience reach
as Sprint Nextel, U.S. Cellular, Cincinnati Bell and the two U.S. leading
prepaid MVNOs — Boost and Virgin Mobile USA, approved that their subscribers
can sign up for Voice2Korea via text and pay on mobile phone bill or by prepaid



Since Voice2Korea
debuted first on AT&T and T-Mobile in March 2011, Korean Americans
subscribing to Sprint Nextel or other carriers have been aspiring AT&T and
T-Mobile users who can buy Voice2Korea talk minutes to call to Korea at low
rates by simply texting a keyword to the shortcode 567567 at any time across
the United States.



Voice2Korea offers
80 minutes at $2.99, 160 minutes at $5.99 and 270 minutes at $9.99 for making
calls to Korea under favorable terms of service like 180 days or longer
expiration of unused minute balance and NO Recurring monthly charges with
popular features like talk minute sharing with family or colleagues by
registering their phone numbers via mobile text.


This partnership extends Voice2Korea to more of the
Korean-American mobile subscribers across the United States regardless of what
type of mobile device they use and their wireless plans in use — Postpaid or



Voice2Korea now can serve 70 percent or more of 3 million
Koreans either residing or temporarily staying in the United States.



“Moreover, offering Voice2Korea through the prepaid
service centric carriers and the regional carriers aligns with one of our goals
to provide the Korean travelers, the people residing in the rural area and
international students who cannot get any low-cost U.S.-to-Korea international
call service at hand or on mobile,” said Steve Seungchul Won, president,
UAngel America.



By Telecomlead.com Team
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