Opencall Continues Its Rapid Expansion With The Launch Of Its New ‘e-shop’, Just One Week After The Launch Of Opencall Africa
OpenCall announces the launch of its new e-shop alongside a number of special offers
OpenCall, the new low-cost, prepaid GSM operator that was launched on the Czech market by DH Telecom in September this year, announces the launch of its new ‘E-Shop’, alongside a number of special offers that include several new low-cost calling tariffs.
New customers can order OpenCall SIM Cards in Czech, English or Russian with a credit of just Kc 200 through the new OpenCall E-Shop, where existing customers can also buy top-up coupons in the amounts of Kc 200 and Kc 500. Also new is the ‘My-OpenCall’ section of the website (www.opencall.cz), where customers can go on-line in order to check their OpenCall account, including their voice and data tariff, to see how much credit they have left, and to check the cost of their calls to specific countries.
Talking about the latest stage of OpenCall’s ongoing and fast expansion, Vincent Charollais, Managing Director of DH Telecom, commented: “We knew when we launched OpenCall that it would need to expand rapidly in order to stay competitive and to ensure that we kept up with the demands of such a fast and evolving market. We are delighted that our team is able to manage such an ambitious plan, and the speed in which OpenCall is expanding its offer is really exciting.”
Alongside the launch of the E-Shop, OpenCall launched its new ‘OpenCall Africa’ at the beginning of November, enabling its customers to call to nearly all African countries at OpenCall prices for a monthly fee of just Kc 50. OpenCall Africa is available for calls to the majority of African countries, but customers should check the website to confirm.
OpenCall is the retail brand of DH Telecom and operates on the Vodafone network infrastructure, providing a full portfolio of mobile services.
For more information, please go to: www.opencall.cz
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