1010103, Montreal Long Distance Provider Lowers Call Rates to Many African Countries
Montreal, Canada, July 04, 2014 --(PR.com
)-- 1010 103, a Montreal, Canada, US and international long distance calling service provider, has announced lower phone rates for various countries in Africa, including Niger, Burkina, and the Ivory Coast, in recognition of the countries’ respective Independence Days.
1010 103 offers a low rate of 32.5 cents a minute for both landlines and cell phone numbers to call Niger. For Burkina, celebrating its Independence Day from France on August 5th, rates are just 31.9 cents a minute for landlines or 36.9 cents per minute for cell numbers. The Ivory Coast, whose Independence Day is on August 7th, is offered a low rate of 32.5 cents a minute for landlines and cell phone numbers.
President of 1010 103, Alejandro Bitar, said, “10 10 103 offers the cheapest long distance rates worldwide every day of the year. Our goal is to always offer the highest voice quality, the lowest calling rates and the best customer service of any long distance and international phone service provider.”
Bitar explained, “At 10 10 103, we don’t make customers sign a contract to get great savings and they do not have to use a telephone calling card. All callers have to do is dial 1010 103 before the number they are trying to reach, and then the call will be added to their local phone bill at 1010103’s low international phone rates.”
You can visit 1010103.ca to get more information about their low rates to African countries and worldwide, as well as their entire portfolio of local and international long distance services.
About Montreal 10-10-10-3
10-10-10-3 is a Canada, US, and international long distance calling service company headquartered in Montreal, Quebec, Canada. 10-10-10-3 provides a 10 10 service which is a long distance service used by consumers on a casual calling basis. This type of long distance service allows the consumer to get amazing long distance rates without having to change their primary local telephone service provider and eliminates the use of a telephone calling card.
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