Feature Article

February 18, 2014

FirstIn Wireless Android App Aims to Reduce Roaming and Long Distance Charges

FirstIn Wireless, a mobile telecom specializing in mobile roaming and long distance charge savings, revealed its new outbound calling app for Android, designed to reduce roaming and long distance charges. 

The Android release follows not long after FirstIn launched an identical outbound roaming and long distance application for the Apple iPhone. The application, available in the iOS App Store and Google Play, enables cellular users to cut the costs of long distance and outbound roaming calls by over 50 percent.

"Following the launch of our iPhone application, we are thrilled to announce the launch of our Android phone application. We feel that with this launch we are solidly establishing FirstIn as a must use application for all travellers," said André Beauchesne, president of FirstIn Wireless. “Our application enables the users to achieve substantial discounts on regular carrier charges in all cellular modes LTE, 4G, Edge, data and wi-fi."

FirstIn aims to provide simple, affordable and business-qualityinternational long distance and roaming services to enterprises and business travelers using smartphones. The company utilizes premium VoIP technology for its mobile Apps, which allow for anywhere, anytime mobile communications. Business users simply need to download the Firstin application onto their smartphones to be able to place and receive international long distance and roaming calls from anywhere in the world at a reduced rate.

"We are thrilled to introduce this first feature of the FirstIn application that will significantly reduce travelling communication costs," Beauchesne said. "The application will also be launched for other smart phones in the near future. The company will be adding new features to its application in order to be become a complete telecommunication solution for travelers. This application will greatly assist business travelers who on average spend over $800 per 7 day business trip on long distance and roaming calls."




Edited by Blaise McNamee


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