Selected as a finalist for the ‘most disruptive technology’ category, ‘Sharing Economy’ telco Norwood has announced some major updates to its World Phone, Corona and other platforms.
A non-binding MoU has been signed between Norwood Systems and Vietnam Posts and Telecommunications Group, contemplating a technical spec and commercial negotiation as a prelude to a broad-ranging commercial agreement and partnership.
‘Sharing economy’ telco Norwood Systems reports positive news on World Phone telephony app alongside new product development and enhancements to business focused Corona platform.
Norwood has announced ‘comprehensive new payments, pricing and credit management initiatives to drive market penetration of the company's consumer apps’ well beyond the roaming market.
Norwood Systems has launched its World Phone on Android for Australian Android users, matching the iOS app capabilities iPhone owners have now enjoyed for four months.
Global communications disruptor Norwood’s popular World Phone app has surpassed over 1 million downloads with the ‘annualised revenue run rate’ increasing to A $1.3M per annum.
If you’ve been waiting for Norwood’s World Phone VoIP app to arrive on the Android platform, your wait is nearly over as it’s due to arrive on 30 November 2015.
5 weeks since launch, Norwood’s World Phone VoIP app has been downloaded 150,000 times, with lowering acquisition costs, and is a second revenue stream after CORONA.
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