Vibo launches videoconference service

3 Sep 2008

Taiwanese 3G operator Vibo Telecom has introduced a new teleconferencing service over its W-CDMA network. A Vibo subscriber can make a video call to up to seven receiving parties, with various options available on which parties can talk during the videoconference. DigiTimes reports that there are two charging options for the new offering; customers can pay a fixed monthly tariff of TWD80 (USD2.50) plus a TWD0.04 per second per person video communication fee, or they can pay a platform service fee of TWD0.08 per second plus the TWD0.04 per second per person video communication fee. Vibo Telecom currently serves around 700,000 subscribers on its 3G-only network and is aiming to reach the million mark by year-end.