Smile Communications Nigeria has reaffirmed its customer-centric focus by introducing three new, exciting International SmileVoice ONLY call plans to expand the reach of its popular SmileVoice service.

The three plans are the 3-day validity plan that includes 23 minutes of talk time at the attractive price of only ₦200, the 7-day validity plan at the cost of only ₦500 that includes 60 minutes of talk time while the third offer consists of a whopping 125 minutes talk time with 30 days validity at the cost of only ₦1,000.

Hitherto, SmileVoice ONLY plans were essentially for local calls and unlimited FREE calls to other SmileVoice subscribers inside or outside of Nigeria. Smile has now added more verve to the service by introducing the three new International SmileVoice ONLY plans. This latest addition ensures that Smile customers can now enjoy making international calls with ease and at very cost-effective rates to more than 25 countries around the globe.

Using the new International SmileVoice ONLY plans, customers can make low-cost calls to the United Kingdom, United States of America, Argentina, Australia, Brazil, Canada, Chile, Denmark, French Guiana, Germany, Guadeloupe, and Iceland. Others include Ireland, India, Italy, Martinique, Mexico, Mongolia, Morocco, Norway, and Peru. Poland, Puerto Rico, Romania, Slovakia, South Korea, Sweden, and Venezuela completes the list.

Chief Marketing Officer of Smile Communications Nigeria, Abdul Hafeez, stated that Smile customers now have access to low-cost international calls to over 25 countries. They also benefit from the flexibility of minutes and validity options they can enjoy with the three new cost-effective International SmileVoice ONLY plans.

Smile customers enjoy unlimited FREE Smile-to-Smile local and international calls and SMSs. They also experience crystal clear voice and video calls using VoLTE-capable handsets with a Smile SIM card or downloading the FREE SmileVoice App on Android or Apple iPhone devices. And with SmileVoice, customers can call anyone, anywhere, on any number in Nigeria and the world. Interestingly, the calls are charged in megabytes (MBs) to the customer’s active data plan, translating to the lowest local call rate per second in Nigeria at 13.7k/sec. All these are part of the company’s quest always to delight its teeming customers.



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