Ringo,The Smart International Calling App That Needs No Internet.


Ringo,The Smart International Calling App That Needs No Internet.

This new simple to use mobile application saves a load on international calling, delivering best in class call quality  and reliability.

A new international calling application for iOS, Android, and Windows Phone devices, Ringo, is currently available, making international calls simple and inexpensive. Where the use is a business user, an international traveler, or living abroad, Ringo is affordable and simple to use. It offers land line call quality fraction of the cost when compared to traditional long distance calling and VoIP services. Ringo is a simple and inexpensive way to keep in touch with people abroad.


Ringo calls do not utilizing the Internet, Wi Fi or data plan. Making a call by using the Ringo application is similar to making a call through the use of a wireless carrier in terms of quality, and yet cost lower than even popular calling applications, significantly to lower (up to 1/10th) than traditional carrier prices. With over $95 billion spent per-year on international calling, Ringo could become a huge cost savings all around the world.

“Staying connected with colleagues and friends abroad should be convenient, reliable and most importantly, low-cost,” said Bhavin Turakhia, CEO of Ringo. “Ringo makes international calling easy and won’t make you think twice about connecting with loved ones or conducting business because of our carrier grade call quality and low costs.”

Furthermore, Ringo will launch with an 80 percent discount on calling rates to United States mobile phones. Ringo will offer an unprecedented rate of $0.003 per minute to US mobile phones, which is 90 percent cheaper than popular calling apps.

“The US receives over 35 billion voice minutes per year, amounting to billions of dollars spent annually” said Turakhia. “US calls made through Ringo could potentially save over a billion dollars for consumers without compromising the call quality.”

The Ringo application routes calls in a similar manner to a regular carrier, without utilizing the Internet, and the origination number continues to appear as the caller ID. This means calls are not affected by fluctuations in internet connectivity that often lead to audio delays, loss of quality and dropped calls.


During its launch, Ringo shall become available to users in the following 16 countries, who can use Ringo to make international calls to any destination worldwide at an affordable cost.

  • Australia
  • Belgium
  • Brazil
  • Canada
  • Germany
  • Hong Kong
  • Italy
  • Japan
  • Mexico
  • Netherlands
  • Poland
  • Singapore
  • Spain
  • Switzerland
  • United Kingdom
  • United States

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