NobelCom Greets World Cup 2010 with Special Rates for International Calls to South Africa
June 14, 2010
(WORLD CUP TECHNOLOGY)
For all the football players and fans who've traveled to the World Cup, NobelCom has introduced special rates for all international calls to and from South Africa.
"We want the supporters to enjoy every second of this competition, and to be able to share the joy with their friends, colleagues and families back home, without worrying about huge costs for long distance calls," said Johanna Florea, vice president of sales and business development at Nobel (News - Alert) Ltd. "This is why we have designed a special section on our website that would facilitate fans access to all information needed in order to have a great calling experience throughout the entire period of the event. Rates so low, that users will actually be able to comment the entire game on the phone!"
The company has announced that the new page, which is dedicated to the biggest football event ever, is ready for users on www.nobelcom.com. This page features information including the rates, country calling codes, calling instructions as well as local and toll free access numbers for South Africa. On the whole, all the possible information required by the users for saving on their international calls, will be available on the website.
NobelCom users can enter the Nobel's free draw and have the chance of winning one of the prizes like 50 phone cards to be won every month, 3 laptops/camcorders can be won every 3 months and 1 dream vacation every year. These products which are offered by NobelCom are rechargeable and they allow multiple calling features, easing the calling process. All these benefits and some tips on the way to choose the right calling card, general information on online calling cards, programs and features, will also be available in a special section on the innovatively designed website.
Special rates on NobelCom's calling cards will be available to all the soccer fans, for the entire duration of the 2010 Football World Cup.
Calvin Azuri is a contributing editor for TMCnet. To read more of Calvin's articles, please visit his columnist page.
Edited by Marisa Torrieri