The Primo app aims to change that. This service is trying to offer a one-stop shop for all your communications needs. You can use it to make calls, send SMS messages, do video calls, send files and more. In essence, it is pretty much a glorified instant messaging app.
Primo Connect does have some things that make it special, though. It doesn’t only work with people using the same app. One can also send SMS messages and perform traditional calls to anyone. And if you are calling within the list of 33 free countries, you will get a monthly allowance of minutes that won’t cost a penny.
Primo does all of this over data, so you probably want to go with WiFi, at least for the more data-intensive features like video calling. Additionally, you may find yourself in one of the 65 countries that offer Primo’s voice network. In these areas you can call even when not connected to the internet at all.
Well, there is really no catch here. Primo Connect is not doing everything for free. Users do have to pay if they go over their allowances, but they are “calling card rates”, making communications relatively affordable. Also, if the country you are calling is not within the list of free destinations, you will have to use credits, which can be added straight from the app.
The company is looking to fund its project, but not in the traditional sense. Instead, they are calling for investors to reserve their shares. You can do this from the StartEngine campaign they have launched.
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