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Germany added to Roadpost’s oneRoam Country service offerings

Roadpost Inc., a leader of global voice and data communications solutions for the international traveller, is pleased to announce that it has now added Germany to its list of oneRoam Country? services. Germany, ranked the second European business destination, now joins an expanding oneRoam Country family that includes Italy, Switzerland, UK, France and Greece.Morris Shawn, president and CEO of Roadpost, says, “Roadpost is continually looking for ways to better meet the needs of today’s travellers. The oneRoam Country family of products has been an incredibly popular offering, and continues to grow in response to popular demand. In the past year especially, we have focused a great deal of effort in adding the world’s top travel destinations to the portfolio - and plan to continue to expand offerings as we evolve. Travellers love the convenience and savings of free incoming calls and the ability to use the product in other countries.”

Designed primarily for the single country traveller, oneRoam Country products are available as either a rental or subscription services. The oneRoam Country plan features a selection of competitively priced airtime bundles, free incoming calls from the selected home country, and a single per minute rate for outgoing local and international calls while in the designated country. Rental services include basic, 30, 100 and 250-minute bundles. In addition, Roadpost is the only provider to allow subscription customers to carry-forward minutes for up to 12 months for international services.

Roadpost studies indicate that international cellular usage continues to grow as people are travelling more and for longer periods of time. This has led to an increased demand for more flexible and affordable cellular plans. Depending on the selected plan, Roadpost services can save international travelers more than 80% off hotel and calling card rates. Roadpost provides international cellular coverage in over 200 countries.