Smile Communications rolls out voice calls

Nigeria’s leading 4G LTE services provider, Smile Communications Group, Wednesday unveiled a voice call platform designed to be driven by internet bundle loaded on the phone. The innovative package was unveiled by the newly appointed Managing Director of the company Godfrey Uhrobo.

Explaining more on the innovation, Uhrobo said the product was introduced to step up value addition to the existing Smile 4G internet services in Nigeria.

He said users of SmileVoice will enjoy call rate as low as 8kobo per second but the charges will be on the bundle already loaded which will automatically be converted to kobo after end of any call. Besides, the new deal is coming with free 30 minutes call and 30 sms for every subscriber that download the App. The bundle cost for SmileVoice will begin from N100 and above.

According to him, subscribers will enjoy high level services even when roaming abroad as all calls from SmileVoice will still be charged on 8kobo per second.He explained that for subscribers to start up, they need to go to the AppStore and download the SmileVoice App and start to make calls at 8kobo per second.

“The SmileVoice App is a world-first, FREE mobile app that give all our customers access to SuperClear voice calls over 4G LTE network, without the need for a VoLTE handset. Having the SmileVoice app on your mobile is like having a second SIM card in your phone. Our customers can use their data plan to make SuperClear voice, video calls and send SMSs to any number locally and internationally. There is no need for the recipient to also have SmileVoice.

“With the SmileVoice App, connected to any data network anywhere in the world, you can make calls to any network in Nigeria at the same rate! If home is where the heart is, you never have to be far from home again! On the Smile network, you take home with you everywhere you go. Remember, you can do video calls and send SMS using the SmileVoice App. It doesn’t get any better.,” the MD said.

On plans to expand from the current eight city spread to more cities in Nigeria, Mr. Uhrobo said all efforts are now being directed towards expansion, stressing that in no distant time, more cities will come on stream. Cities already enjoying Smile services in Nigeria now Ibadan, the first to come on stream. Others include Lagos, Abuja, Benin, Kaduna, Port Harcourt, Asaba and Onitsha.


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