Ultra Mobile continues adding value for its immigrant communities nationwide as the company today announced rate changes that make calling friends, family and associates in Bangladesh and India more affordable than ever.
Ultra Mobile international mobile plans and services for keeping people connected with families and friends overseas
The rate changes for the two countries come just in time for those who want to send well wishes to their extended families around the country or across the world around the New Year. Ultra Mobile specifically focuses on offering affordable voice, text and data service to mobile customers living and working in thousands of ethnic communities throughout the United States.
All existing and new Ultra Mobile customers on $29 plans and above will now receive unlimited calling to both mobiles and landlines across India. Additionally, customers on those plans calling Bangladesh landlines receive 1,000 minutes, while the rate for additional minutes and calls to mobiles drops by 60%, — from 2.5 cents to 1 cent a minute.
“We continue to work with carriers around the world to offer our customers the best value available. High quality services, innovative and affordable mobile plans and the broadest and most relevant geographic coverage possible,” said Jessie Anderson, Director of Voice Networks. “The focus we have on serving immigrant communities allows us to customize our offers to meet and exceed the needs and wants of our customers.”
The company recently announced the first and only international flex plan, Ultra Up, that gives subscribers the ability to customize their plan or add more international credit or data bundles to any of its plans, any time during the month, each and every month.
About Ultra Mobile
Ultra Mobile is a nationwide mobile virtual network operator (MVNO) in the USA that develops first-of-its-kind mobile phone services to improve the quality of life for our customers. Our mission is to provide convenient and affordable solutions that connect people with their extended families living around the world, and to help make the American dream more accessible.