CDMA operator Intertelecom has introduced SIP-telephony service for international calls, director general of the company Borys Akulov told the press.
“In March, we introduced new service for our subscribers. SIP-telephony is Internet telephony with the database of 799,000 numbers and 8 million mobile numbers that allows our clients to use any number in any corner of the world,” Akulov said.
He said that the service is available at any place where Internet is available.
He said that users pay only subscriber fee or payments for traffic excessive within the Internet plan.
Therefore, clients pay not for international calls but for intercity ones.
Akulov said that the service is suitable for businessmen and ordinary subscribers.
He said that Intertelecom renders services in over 4,000 settlements of Ukraine.
Ukrainian citizen Viktor Hushan and Russian citizen Ilya Kazmaly founded Intertelecom.