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Tribair's Latest App for iPhone, Android and Blackberry Declares War on VoIP Call Restrictions(March 15, 2011)
Montreal, QC (PRWEB) March 15, 2011
Tribair has declared war on all countries preventing users from making VoIP phone calls. The government or any monopole can no longer control the telecom industry of a country. In an unprecedented move, Tribair's newest release contains new technology helping users make free and inexpensive phone calls through the Internet. The technology adapts to changes in the Internet to find a safe way out of any country. Tribair is committed to continue to evolve its technology to ensure world wide service. Tribair is the #1 productivity app in several countries and continues to grow everywhere. Furthermore, Tribair rates are very low at 45% cheaper than Skype and works in countries where Skype is blocked.
"We strongly believe in freedom of speech. With freedom of speech must also come the freedom to make free and inexpensive phone calls around the world. Freedom of speech is the first step towards freedom for the people. More specifically, we are trying to solve the problem for users who are blocked from making legal phone calls by telcos or Internet service providers. These problems occur more than people think all over the world, in countries like Brazil, Chile, Saudi Arabia, Singapore and South Korea to name only a few", Eric Reiher, CEO Tribair.
Tribair offers free VoIP calls between users, as well as free text, voice, photo and video messages. Calls are placed using any WiFi network or on a 3G data or better network. In case a user doesn't own a WiFi or is traveling, maps are available with over 250 000 free WiFi hotspots around the world.
More information about the Tribair product can be found at tribair.com
Eric Reiher, CEO
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