NEW YORK, Aug. 21, 2013 /PRNewswire/ -- i-Mobb, a bestselling no roaming app that connects world travelers to friends and family without troublesome roaming fees, has recently announced an update to its online reseller application. The new streamlined process allows travel agents and other tourism professionals to sign up and offer their clients an opportunity to utilize the latest VoIP technology to stay in touch and save money.
"At i-Mobb, we are on a mission to bring the next generation of communications to the world. We invite the globe's most accomplished and savvy agents to join us for this unique business opportunity," said Bernard Drai, CEO of the free roaming app company.
The reseller program is open to travel agents, resorts, and other tourism specialists and provides these professionals with an opportunity to earn money as their customers save. i-Mobb uses a Wi-Fi connection to link the user's travel cell phone or tablet to a landline in his or her home country. All calls made and received will be forwarded through this landline and thus priced as domestic calls, allowing customers to make and receive all calls as though they were still at home. In addition, the same leading VoIP technology allows i-Mobb's users to call a total of 60 countries free of charge.
With the new reseller form, applicants can now gauge how much a customer from a given country could save using an i-Mobb subscription. This information can be used as the basis of a strong advertising campaign to bring in new business for the travel agent. With new features constantly added to the application and more countries regularly made available, agents are encouraged to sign up to start working with i-Mobb as soon as possible. Potential applicants need only provide basic information about their business to receive more details about the reseller program.
To learn more about the no roaming app, reseller applicants and travelers can visit http://www.i-Mobb.com or keep up with the company on social media, including on Facebook at http://www.facebook.com/IMobbtheGlobe and on Twitter at http://twitter.com/IMobbtheGlobe.
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