Dial91.com Implements 'Skype Connection'

Features to Enhance Its Successful Prepaid Virtual Calling Card Services

Updated: January 06, 2011

BOCA RATON, Fla., Oct. 8 /PRNewswire/ -- Dial91's CEO, Steve Williams announced today, "Dial91 always had to compete with Skype even though our rates have always been cheaper, but now Skype has enabled us to enhance our Dial91 Calling Card Services. We are very pleased to have developed the first International Calling Card Service that enables the 'Skype Connect' feature for our Dial91.com customers." Williams further noted, "Skype is a phenomenal international success with over 400 million registered users and now our Dial91 Calling Card Service is uniquely connected to provide calling card services to this same customer base."

Amar Behura, VP of Operations, stated, "Dial91.com customers can use our U.S. and International DID numbers or just use Skype to make their calls. Calling to India or all countries is now at an even lower cost using Dial91. Skype's rate to call India is US $9.2 cents and Dial91's rate is only US $0.0147 which is 82% cheaper. We will continue to implement the unique Skype features to support our Dial91 customer calling India and the world."

About Dial91.com

Dial91.com, a service of Globaltel, is based in Boca Raton, Florida, and is a division of Interactive Media Technologies, Inc. Founded in 1991, IMT is a leading provider of low cost International Calling Solutions using TDM and VoIP technologies developing retail international calling services such as Dial91.com Virtual Card Services, Globaltel.com International Callback Services and Callmeback.net Prepaid Callback Service. GlobalTel has over 200,000 customers in 45 countries.

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