WTM 2014: TravelSim claims to have hit 2014 user target two months early

By Travolution
By Travolution
October 31, 2014 02:28 PM GMT

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Telecom specialist Top Connect claims to have hit its 2014 target of five million customers two months early.

The firm, which will be exhibiting its TravelSim pre-paid card at next week’s World Travel Market also claims to have reached its target of helping travelers save $280 million on roaming charges.

TravelSim's growth has seen its user base grow from 3.6 million at the end of 2013 and savings of just over $200 million last year.

Mikhail Markin, head of TravelSim’s product development, said: “Clearly, Top Connect is delighted to have reached its end-2014 business targets two months ahead of schedule.

“In just 10 months, our customer base has grown 38% and collective roaming savings for users have soared by 40%.”

TravelSim users can avoid high calling and data roaming charges from their local providers when abroad.

Top Connect claims they and can save up to 85% of costs usually associated with international mobile communications.

Top Connect will announce its 2015 targets before year end.


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