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10/29/2015 | 7:52:46 PM
Very intesrting article and I would be very interested in knowing more about this.

It is to my understanding that in order to cover up for black holes in the network, the native WIFI calling available in some phone is currently being used. This is native for the user with no additional installation. Receiving calls is free and calling is charged at the same rate than the current voice minute.

Now for roamers, there are many supplier who offer an application(VOIP) that will create a virtual number but where users(roamers or even disapora) will have to pay a monthly subscription vs a pay as you go model with the traditional VOWIFI.


How is Tugo different and how can it compete in the local network versus the native VOWIFI?

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