Digitech Communications, through its brand bibitel, introduces its innovative sim-skin, a clever product designed to drastically reduce international call rates for companies looking to conduct business overseas.
The sim-skin works by identifying the local mobile country code to offer a minimum saving of 50% in comparison to traditional mobile tariffs, making it possible for employees to place previously expensive international calls with no change to the calling process. The sim-skin package for business offers quality connection, online registration, a simple set up process (taking approximately 3 minutes) and clear billing facility for international businesses, with an additional saving on non-geographic and premium calling. In addition, the sim-skin takes no additional power from its device and is passive when not in use.
Team members are able to use the sim-skin alongside their existing phone setup, utilising the sim-skin technology only when it’s more cost effective. Managers are also able to access information on sim-skin usage via an easy-to-use platform, gaining clear and accurate knowledge on sim-skin usage as it happens and how employees are using the service.
Alongside the considerable saving to call rate, the sim-skin offers customised call packages to suit the requirements of different businesses. This includes an easy to manage single monthly account with multiple users, with the option to add additional users to the plan should a business take on more staff. The sim-skin payment terms are designed to be as easy as possible for the business, providing a facility which allows remote employees to allocate their business spend on the sim-skin to a business account. bibitel also offers fully itemised monthly billing, allowing businesses to quickly and easily access their spend.
Shiraz Jessa, President of Digitech Communications comments, “We are happy to offer the sim-skin produce to the commercial market, as companies large or small who make international and premium calls stand to make a considerable saving with the minimum of hassle in set-up and billing. In this economic climate, companies are looking to make savings where possible, using the sim-skin guarantees this saving without sacrificing quality of connection.”
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