MILAN, March 5, 2015 /PRNewswire/ --
ChatSim is a quantum leap in roaming and allows chatting free of charge, with no limits and anywhere with all instant messaging apps in the world: QQ, WhatsApp, Facebook, Messenger, WeChat, Skype, Viber, LINE, KakaoTalk, Telegram, Snapchat, Twitter, Hangouts, iMessage and all other apps for devices.
ChatSim reinvents roaming, offering its model for "good" and "evolved" roaming in response to the controversial decision of the EU not to abolish, at least until 2018, roaming rates on calls with mobile phones while traveling in foreign countries.
ChatSim is the first SIM card in the world that - through roaming agreements with 400 operators in 150 countries - allows you to chat for free and with no limits with all instant messaging apps: QQ, WhatsApp, Facebook, Messenger, WeChat, Skype, Viber, LINE, KakaoTalk, Telegram, Snapchat, Twitter, Hangouts, iMessage and all other apps for devices (http://www.chatsim.com). ChatSim is a product of Zeromobile - Italy's top Global Mobile Operator for low cost roaming that lets you save up to 85% on the cost of incoming and outgoing calls, text messages and mobile Internet (http://www.zeromobile.it). This Italian company brings to you a clear answer to the EU position on international roaming.
As Manuel Zanella, founder and CEO of Zeromobile explains, "ChatSim solves the problem of roaming in the EU and around the world. EU citizens can now travel from one country to another and continue chatting with their favorite app without worrying about the cost of roaming." Zanella adds, "Roaming is a way to make users spend a lot of money and to let operators make a fortune. By contrast, ChatSim allows you to chat without limits, anywhere in the world, without any roaming fees. In addition, the European Commission is putting off the elimination of roaming charges until 2018 due to the obstruction of operators. In 2018 will there still be someone making calls, sending SMS? According to recent surveys, including the We Are Social report, the use of text messages and calls is decreasing compared with chatting and VoIP calls. This delay, therefore, almost seems a farce for users."
SOURCE Zeromobile and whatsim