UK gets the WIP hand


UK gets the WIP hand

Antony Savvas

WIPphone, a provider of voice over IP services for residential and SME customers, is entering the UK market.

The WIPphone VoIP service is based on the internet access infrastructure of its parent company WorldWide Telco (WWT).  It is possible to call from a PC or telephone with or without a broadband line and to any phone (both landlines and mobiles) throughout the

WIPphone not only reduces communication costs but also delivers free unlimited calls between WIPphone users.

The company said that both companies and individuals can benefit from competitive tariff plans on both national and international calls made to mobiles and landlines.

Within companies, WIPphone is used in parallel with traditional telephone networks. 

WIPphone enables companies with high communications costs between call centres, disparate sites and travelling employees, to reduce their communication costs by nearly 95%, says the provider. Customers do this without having to use their existing networks and telecoms infrastructure.

WIPphone is offering the chance to test access to its services for free. By downloading the software from its website, it is possible to call a choice of over 45 countries for 30 minutes for free. The software is available from

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