Cubic Telecom To Roaming Travellers: "Don't Get Mad, Get Even"
Company Announces "Roaming Mad" Story Competition - Consumers Win Vouchers for Stories about High Mobile Roaming Rates
"Practically anyone who has travelled with a mobile phone has a story to tell," said Sean O'Mahony, Cubic Telecom's Chief Commercial Officer. "It's time we publicise those stories and rewards consumers for sharing them - it will not only help us as a company, but help further educate the market on the problem we have set out to solve."
The competition comes at a time when Cubic is getting substantial validation for its own roaming solution. In a related announcement, Cubic announced that it will accelerate production of its popular MAXroam product, a universal SIM card that enables global travellers to get significantly lower roaming rates in more than 160 countries.
"The MAXroam product - the company's first - has been a great success," said O'Mahony. "Not only are direct sales from our Web site going up weekly, but we have also received numerous inquiries from distribution partners who have the reach to bring MAXroam to the global marketplace."
"Roaming is a problem for many people around the world and it's not just consumers," said Pat Phelan, Cubic Telecom's CEO. "It's a particularly serious problem for businesses in our increasingly global world. We like to think of MAXroam as a flat-world solution for a growing problem."
To enter the Roaming Mad competition, go to www.maxroam.com.
Cubic Telecom Limited
Based in Cork, Ireland, with offices in Vancouver, Canada, Cubic Telecom is an innovative global communications company focused on introducing simple, high quality and high value telecommunications services. Its core target market is aggrieved customers across the globe who don’t understand why they can’t get value for money when making international calls while roaming. Cubic Telecom was founded in 2005 by renowned telecommunications entrepreneur and blogger Pat Phelan. Pat wants a world in which anyone can pick up their mobile phone wherever they are and call anyone in any country for as long as they like without worrying about the price. Cubic Telecom is working towards free speech.
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