Friday , March 9 2018

Vaya updates international calling rates across their entire range of plans

Mobile Virtual Network Operator Vaya has today announced an update to their plans that will please anyone making calls to international destinations.

The update to call pricing will be across their entire range of plans, with calls to 10 countries now costing from as low as $0.02 per minute. The best deal is for customers on their $33 per month ‘XL’ plan who will now enjoy unlimited international calls to those countries. The list of 10 countries that will see better calling rates is fairly well represented including China, Hong Kong, India, Malaysia, New Zealand, Singapore, South Korea, Thailand, the UK and the USA.

The call rates per minute for these countries now look like this:

  • China – $0.10
  • Hong Kong – $0.10
  • India – $0.10
  • Malaysia – $0.10
  • New Zealand – $0.10
  • Singapore – $0.02
  • South Korea – $0.10
  • Thailand – $0.10
  • UK – $0.10
  • USA – $0.02

The Vaya plans are available on month-to-month or 12 month options, and offer customers a great option for calling those 10 countries.

Vaya’s Marketing Manager, Jennifer Snell, says of the new inclusion:

We are constantly looking at our plans and listening to our customers in our quest to find new opportunities for adding value in ways that matter. For many of our wallet-conscious Vaya customers, these changes mean that they now have the freedom to call their family and friends both overseas and in Australia without any worries on a no lock-in contract mobile plan.

If you want to check out the plans that Vaya has you can head over to the Vaya website now.

Source: Vaya.

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