DigiLinea, the specialist VoIP service provider to the US-Hispanic and Latin American markets, has announced the availability of new unlimited calling plans to the USA and Latin America for clients residing in Central America.
DigiLinea is continuing to focus on the unique needs of the US Hispanic and Latin American markets and, with millions of Central American immigrants in the US and elsewhere, unlimited calling has never been offered on a local basis to clients in Central America.
DigiLinea believes it is the only VoIP provider with local licensing that allows it to offer VoIP services legally in Central America . "This is a fundamental change to calling in this region which has been dominated by history of monopolies and high cost calling options. DigiLinea for the first time provides unlimited calling with a price point accessible to all," said Gregory Keough, CEO of DigiLinea. "We have found the US-Hispanic and Latin American markets to be a fertile ground for VoIP due to these groups' high-usage patterns and the high barriers to entry to provide VoIP services to this niche market. The key challenge to providing service to the US Hispanic market and locally in Latin America is not just licensing to provide VoIP services legally but equipment delivery, set-up, local payment, and Spanish language technical and customer support - all factors which provide high barriers to entry to those who wish to compete."
DigiLinea's sole-market focus on the US Hispanic and Latin American markets is unique as these markets have higher than normal communications usage, with high barriers to entry for providing service, this making for a more attractive target market than the general US populace for DigiLinea.
DigiLinea offers unlimited VoIP calling plans to the US and Latin America for US$29.95 a month and also provides local telephone numbers from across Latin America . The company is vertically integrated into many countries in Latin America as it owns local Latin American telecom licences. This integration allows DigiLinea to provide local Latin American telephone numbers and lower cost calling than other providers to its clients.