Indian Angel Network Invest in Aznog

London-based Aznog, the world’s only VoIP calling app that allows users to make free calls to any mobile or landline number in 20 different countries, announced that it has expanded service to include the U.S., Canada and 12 more countries including France, Italy, Spain, Mexico and Brazil. Previously available for download only in the UK and Germany, the company extended its reach thanks to a recent substantial investment from the Indian Angel Network (IAN), India’s oldest and world’s largest angel network. Aznog currently runs only on the Android platform, accessible via WiFi, 3G, 4G and LTE networks. Call receivers do not need to use Aznog to answer the calls and don’t need any internet connection at all. Callers do not need to buy credits or any subscription package to make calls.

“Aznog users can make unlimited calls around the world,” said Amogh Meshram, CEO and Founder of Aznog. “By using the app, people can literally reduce their monthly phone bills to zero. This is a big gamechanger for the telecommunications industry and a big win for consumers who are tired of outrageous bills, frustrating service contracts or the hassle of having to reload minutes to their phone frequently.”

Aznog works seamlessly with the user’s phone by using their existing contacts list to enable one-touch calls. Users can also direct-dial any number. Video calling and instant messaging features are currently in development and will be added to future versions of the app. The goal of Aznog is to permanently eliminate high monthly phone and texting bills for callers around the globe. Unlike many other VoIP apps, there are no credits to purchase and no subscription fees.

With its obvious advantages, Aznog is poised to be a potential challenger to existing telecommunications companies around the world who maintain high profit margins – and of course, are notorious for their poor customer service and many complaints. As a globally scalable product, it may pose a great challenge to other VoIP companies that still charge fees.

Visit Aznog for more information.

By lorna@3mil.co.uk 22 Dec 2015