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NobelApp - The First VoIP App on the Market to Work with Existing Phone Cards

Dec 17 2013, 6:06am CST | by

Nobel, Ltd. launches a smartphone app fully compatible with all NobelCom & Enjoy Prepaid calling cards.

Bucharest, Romania, December 17, 2013 --(PR.com)-- Nobel, Ltd., a major player on the global telecom market in the last 15 years, launches NobelApp – a one of a kind app for iPhone & Android...

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NobelApp - The First VoIP App on the Market to Work with Existing Phone Cards

Dec 17 2013, 6:06am CST | by

Nobel, Ltd. launches a smartphone app fully compatible with all NobelCom & Enjoy Prepaid calling cards.

Bucharest, Romania, December 17, 2013 --(PR.com)-- Nobel, Ltd., a major player on the global telecom market in the last 15 years, launches NobelApp – a one of a kind app for iPhone & Android devices. NobelApp comes as a practical tool for millions of Nobel’s phone cards users worldwide, since it is 100% compatible with all the company’s existing products. In addition, NobelApp can be used by everyone looking for a reliable and low cost international calling solution (whether they are Nobel clients or not). Here are some of NobelApp’s unique features:

* Low and competitive rates for international calls, everywhere in the world.
* All-around connectivity - users can use their data connection or WiFi to place calls or they use local access numbers.
* 24/7 live in-app support - NobelApp offers an integrated chat support for all users in need of assistance.
* Call history, international cell phone recharge for more than 270 mobile networks worldwide and international text messaging (available with the purchase of NobelApp Credit)

Along with NobelApp, the company also announces the launch of NobelApp Credit, a new and distinct product perfectly suited for the new calling solution. Customers may purchase $10 to $150 NobelApp Credits and use it to place international calls and send text messages, as well as recharge prepaid cell phones in over 270 mobile networks worldwide.

Alternatively, NobelApp can be used with any of Nobel’s previous products: Hello, Talk, Call, 1 Second from nobelcom.com and Ruby, Sapphire, Emerald & Diamond from enjoyprepaid.com. NobelApp is currently free to download in App Store and Google Play.

“We’re currently facing a major shift in how people communicate. Nobel is happy to be part of it by offering a new tool to all the clients that helped it grow into the successful company it is today,” states Thomas L. Kirner, President. “NobelApp is the most innovative & customer-oriented VoIP calling App on the market and it comes as a really handy solution for all the smartphone owners out there that need to make affordable international calls.”

About Nobel, Ltd.:
Nobel is a market leader in the global telecommunications industry. Founded in 1998 by Thomas C. Knobel, Nobel has grown rapidly. Being the first company to tackle the online prepaid phone cards market with nobelcom.com, Nobel is now offering a variety of telecommunication services, including VoIP apps, online selling of prepaid virtual phone cards, physical distribution of phone cards in the US, postpaid and superior carrier services through its PoPs in Los Angeles, New York, Toronto, London, Frankfurt, Hong Kong and Bucharest.

Today, Nobel has its main office in Bucharest, Romania.

Press Contact:
Lucian Abrudan
Nobel, Ltd.
+40 729 060 631

Useful links:
More info on Nobel App: http://www.nobelcom.com/nobel-app.html
App Store: https://itunes.apple.com/us/app/nobelapp/id751764895?mt=8
Google Play: https://itunes.apple.com/us/app/nobelapp/id751764895?mt=8

Contact Information:
Daniel Ungureanu
+1 619 387 7678 ext 1051
Contact via Email

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