Ringo suspends local calling service, alleges non-cooperation from telecom companies


NEW DELHI: Peer-to-peer calling app Ringo has blocked its domestic calling services launched last week, after service providers allegedly paused offering the back-end support.

The app, which launched very low-cost local calling at 19 paise a minute to anyone across India including those who do not use the app, said in a statement that it had stopped services and it working to resolve the situation.

“We will be pausing Ringo Domestic calling rollout until such time that we resolve this issue,” Bhavin Turakhia, CEO of Ringo said in a post on the company’s website, adding that none of the domestic calls were going through and they would have to get intervention from relevant regulatory authority to unblock it.

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