GVT launches cheaper VoIP

13 Sep 2005

Global Village Telecom (GVT) has cut its voice-over-IP (VoIP) prices in a bid to increase its VoIP customer base to 150,000, up from 10,000 today. The company launched VoIP ten months ago, targeting retail and small-to-medium-sized business customers, as well as the domestic market. In addition to the price cuts, GVT is also expanding coverage to 140 cities across the country in a bid to boost take-up. The telco said that it expects 20% of its revenues to come from VoIP-related activities by the end of 2005.

Brazil, Global Village Telecom (GVT)