Vopium, a VoIP provider for low cost international calls and SMS announces its latest investment of $ 16.5 million from international telecommunication investor Raghuvinder Kataria, an early investor of Bharti Airtel (one of the world’s largest telecommunication provider).
With this recent investment, Vopium has some aggressive plans for international expansion. Already present on all top platforms (Symbian, Java, Android, BlackBerry, Windows Mobile and Apple), Vopium is a free downloadable app offering a huge list of low subscription packages.
Vopium’s economic foundation is now secured so that the company can keep expanding internationally. The Indian investor, Raghuvinder Kataria, has with his own investment company invested $16.5 million in the Danish company and he now owns the majority of the shares in Vopium.
”Vopium has developed its own new market. The ground-breaking technology will reach millions of users all over the world in the next few years. Our expectations are reflected by the significant amount of money that we have invested in the company and we expect 10 million Vopium users in a few years. We believe that the market demands an alternative mobile solution to Skype and the fast market penetration of smartphones opens up new and more intelligent ways of communication. Vopium’s solution is unique because it offers the best conversation quality and is easy to use,” says Raghuvinder Kataria.
With mobile VoIP market ready to take off, Vopium offers the best VoIP solution in the market which is easy to download and provides superb conversation quality. Every month we are getting 30 percent more customers and this number will grow rapidly once our aggressive plan of international expansion starts rolling. Must say this is a surely a great news for Vopium. Vopium challenges to become the next alternative solution to Skype, extending its reach by making people addicted to the VoIP technology.