Sify slashes international call rates to the US

BANGALORE: Sify Ltd has announced the new rates for international calls using its Sify talk services in Mumbai and other metros around the country.

As per the revised package, calls are priced at Rs 2.99 to USA, UK and Canada, RS 4.55 for calls made to Rest of Europe, Hong Kong and Singapore, RS 6.35 for calls made to Japan, China, South Korea and Indonesia, RS 6.35 for calls made to New Zealand, Australia and Saudi Arabia, RS 8.12 to Iran, Kuwait and RS 11.80 to UAE, respectively, says a company release.

Sify LTD president Access Media Shrikant Joshi said, "Sify was the first to launch high quality Net telephony in India with the prime objective of making international calls affordable for users. The new rates are in keeping with this objective, with rates as low as RS 2.99 to the USA, UK and Canada!"

The Sify Talk international call service, available at Sify I-Way cyber cafes and the recently-launched Sify Telecentres, offers quality international voice calls to consumers.

The quality of the user's experience is ensured as Sify manages all calls over its MPLS based network for clarity of voice and reduced latency-at a fraction of the cost of an ISD call.

So, users can now speak more often, as well as longer, to their friends and loved ones abroad, the release adds.

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