Xantic Features Happy Hour Calling

Tuesday, November 15, 2005
Xantic will offer 24-hour Happy Hour calling during the upcoming holiday season. The company has experienced rapid growth in the crew calling market since the debut of its ChatCard calling service, which operates with a single card that can be recharged online and works on all terminal types at any time. A universal flat fee, with no connection cost, is charged no matter where the call originates and for all destinations. The 24-hour calling periods will take place from (all times UTC) - 8 p.m. December 23 – 6 a.m. January 2 (Christmas and New Year’s) - 8 p.m. January 27 – 6 a.m. February 6 (Chinese Lunar New Year) - 8 p.m. April 14 – 11:59 a.m. April 16 (Easter) The Happy Hour tariffs will apply to all calls made via B, M, mini-M and Fleet terminals.

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