No Roaming App i-Mobb Featured in a New Instructional Video
August 15, 2013
By Anuradha Shukla
, TMCnet Contributor
No roaming app i-Mobb has just been featured in a new instructional video that was created to make it easy for Android (News - Alert) and iOS consumers to use the application.
This free roaming app enables users to easily make and receive calls while abroad and is available online on the company’s homepage. Viewers of this video can learn how to use this app and significantly improve the way they communicate with their loved ones when they are outside of their home countries.
The iOS and Android version of i-Mobb also now includes a Push-to-Talk function that allows travelers from as many as 38 nations to send and receive calls while using other applications from anyplace in the world.
“We’re proud to announce the debut of i-Mobb’s latest video. We hope it will help new customers and dedicated fans alike find something new to love about i-Mobb,” said Bernard Drai, CEO of the no-roaming-app company.
The newly released video from i-Mobb is especially beneficial for new customers as this video explains the most basic functions of this application.
This application is especially useful for those who want to save some money because travelers do not have to pay roaming charges when using i-Mobb. When calls are made outside a person’s home country they are transferred to a landline in the user’s home country via VoIP, which does not incur any extra roaming charges.
Designed to explain the use of this application, this video includes details such as the best way to connect business professionals and how friends can easily stay in touch with each other.
Viewers of the video will also learn how to set up a voicemail inbox, which is connected to the free roaming app. This voicemail inbox performs several functions such as collecting messages when the user is far from a Wi-Fi service area.
Last month, no-roaming-app i-Mobb released a new update allowing users from an additional 30 countries to benefit from its convenient VoIP services.
Edited by Rory J. Thompson