Dingtone Mobile Service Solutions to Cut Costs for Nigerian SMEs –

Dingtone, a calling app in the United States, said it is expanding its range of services to the Nigerian market with affordable phone services for small and medium businesses.

Dingtone is a calling application that uses the latest VOIP technology to send telecommunications and video over the Internet, rather than using vast undersea cables or satellite technology.

According to the company, the application is a phone service provider designed to be easy to use from a mobile device and offers a simple and clean interface allowing its users to make “free calls and texts” with a second number. phone number registered in the United States, Canada, the United Kingdom, Australia, Belgium, the Netherlands and other countries and regions while reducing phone bills.

The report states that the app has been recognized by Nigerian users and is currently ranked first and second in the top-selling social listings on the AppStore and Google Play in Nigeria, respectively.

Benson Guo, Director of Growth Marketing at Dingtone Company, said Nigeria is Africa’s giant and Africa’s largest economy, due to its large population and economy, and is considered a market emerging by the World Bank.

Guo said the decision to target Nigerian SMEs is due to the fact that Nigeria has a huge population base, a large number of mobile internet users, an ever-improving entrepreneurial environment and growing business-friendliness. foreign capital.

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“Dingtone is participating in the Nigerian market because the future is bright. Dingtone has been recognized by Nigerian users and we believe Nigeria is the next goldmine,” he said.

Guo further said that an important trend that has emerged recently is the increased appetite of foreign companies to participate in the Nigerian market.

Daniel Okri, an entrepreneur in Nigeria, said there are millions of people who constantly worry about the volume of calls and text messages they make and the exorbitant cost their telecom providers charge them daily.

He said the recent announcement by the Federal Government of Nigeria that it has increased call and data rates to enable it to finance the health sector will be an additional burden for SMEs.

“The implication is that telecommunications companies will pass the increase on to subscribers. And, since everything keeps going up in the country except wages and salaries, one has to be careful about how they spend, especially as small business owners, on calls and services Internet,” Okri said.

Continuing, Okri said, “In today’s business world, where constant mobile communication is needed to connect more with clients, customers, partners and friends, there is no need to worry too much. the cost of call credit they use when there is an alternative that can help them cut costs and connect more. »

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