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May 19, 2006
ZARAGOZA, Spain -- Rebtel Networks AB, a new mobile telecommunications services company, www.rebtel.com, today announced it will offer new ways to call friends, family and work colleagues around the world for a fraction of the cost charged by the leading mobile telecom carriers today.
When the service is available in June, mobile phone users in 40 countries will be able to stop calling expensive international numbers and instead create and use standard local numbers for those calls.
"Outrageous pricing for international mobile phone calls will soon be a thing of the past," said Hjalmar Winbladh, president and CEO of Rebtel. "For $1 per week -- less than what many people spend daily on coffee -- we can give you local numbers for your friends abroad. For example, I'll give my friend in San Francisco a San Francisco number to call me, and I'll get a Stockholm number for him that I will use. Then all our mobile calls will be at our normal local rates."
Rebtel Networks AB
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