News Letter December 22, 1998
- GlobalTel rates are the lowest US rates, billed at 6
second increments after the first minute. GlobalTel offers significant savings for calls
made from outside the US. All charges are one flat rate, available 24 hours every day.
GlobalTel markets it's services to those who make calls from outside the US.
- US international telephone rates are the lowest in the world. Our digital
call-switching technology enables us to export these low US rates to any user in every
country. GlobalTel customers call any country from any country. Low telephone rates
strengthen ties of family and friends, promote international trade and communication and
improve business, commerce and economies.
- GlobalTel's "International Callback" is used by ambassadors, consulate
and embassy employees, trade promotion and other international organization officials,
corporate executives, professional firms, export-import companies and others engaged in
international business and travel. Letters of reference commending our quality and low
rates are available. We are particularly proud to serve some employees and offices of the
World Bank and United Nations Organization agencies serving the developing countries.
- GlobalTel customers enjoy: A user friendly system with clear voice instructions in
multiple languages, 100% fiber optic lines, 24 hour assistance, confidentiality and
digital quality switching, voice and data systems. Your GlobalTel Access Number will
access all the world's telecommunications systems at low US rates.
GlobalTel's User Friendly Multiple Functions are Free of Charge:
||Access US 800 and 888 Numbers
|Multiple Calling and faxing
||Change Your Callback Number
||Direct Connection (Hot Phone)
||Change Your Greeting Message
||Cellular Telephone Connection
- GlobalTel is a division of InterActive Media Technologies, Inc., an international
telecommunications services company. GlobalTel operates under a Section 214 license issued
by the US Federal Communications Commission. The use of GlobalTel services does not
violate any US or international laws. See: http://www.FCC.gov/bureaus/International/Orders/FCC95224.TXT.
A World Trade Organization(WTO) accord was signed on February 15, 1997, by over 60
countries representing 95% of the world telephone traffic. This accord, effective January
1, 1998, ends a 60 year tradition of telecommunications monopolies and closed markets. It
requires countries to permit competing phone companies to offer service. See: http://www.wto.org
- To try our service without obligation, simply submit our Secure
Order Form. There are no initial or minimum monthly charges. Individual accounts
require a major credit card that is billed monthly only for the calls made, or you may
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