August 14, 2008
Locus Telecommunications Expands Distribution Coverage of S Card
By Shamila Janakiraman, TMCnet Contributing Editor
Locus Telecommunications announced the distribution expansion of the S Card, a prepaid long distance calling card offering competitive national and international rates.
Locus planned to expand distribution of the S Card in key markets like Los Angeles, Washington, D.C. and Texas. The company will launch the S Card in New Jersey also by the end of August facilitated by Locus’ distribution partnership with SDI.
Locus Telecommunications provides and markets prepaid communication products and services which include pre and post paid wireless, long distance, point-of-sale and carrier services. The communication solutions provided by Locus are cost-effective and enable customers to connect with family and friends in new ways globally. Besides the S Card, the company offers other brands like Geo Telecom, O2 Wireless Service, and EZ011.
The S Card is a prepaid brand from Locus, a company known for its value, reliability, stability and fairness.
JH Choi, vice president of Calling Card Sales for Locus, said, “We are very pleased that the S Card has been so well received by our customers. The success of this product demonstrates our benefits of providing fair value and clear product disclosures. We believe we are providing end-users with the exceptional prepaid long distance calling experience that they are accustomed to receiving from Locus.”
Locus understands and upholds the belief that clear product disclosures are good business. Their commitment to the brand and the customer enables the company to develop long-term loyalty-based relationships. The S Card from Locus demonstrates the company’s commitment to providing customers with a clear value from their calling card experiences.
SDI, a distributor partner of Locus, also affirms that fair business practices are the ethics to be followed in the prepaid calling card industry.
Sohel Kapadia, CEO of SDI, reiterated that his company takes great care in selecting partner companies as they tend to be a reflection of the kind of company that SDI is. SDI is also committed to value, fairness, high quality customer care and clear product disclosures. This is expected to enhance customer loyalty for the brands of the company.
“Locus is a great example of the type of high-quality organization we look for,” Kapadia added.
SDI is in the long distance calling card business for 10 years and has rich experience in both retail and distribution environments. SDI is a large calling card distributor in the U.S. and it offers assured quality in its products resulting in a loyal customer base, making it a successful distribution network.
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Shamila Janakiraman is a contributing editor for TMCnet. To read more of Shamila’s articles, please visit her columnist page.