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Cronos offers design and development of enhanced and unified communication services and mobile applications with focus on the multi-cultural markets, giving our users and clients a multitude of international communication tools within economical reach.
Over the past 20 years, international voice traffic has grown at a compounded rate of just over 13 percent annually. Growth was especially rapid during the late 1990s and early 2000s due to a confluence of factors. A wave of market liberalization, which peaked in 1998, brought new entrants to the market, resulting in sharp declines in international calling rates, we provide the end user the possibility to take advantage of those savings at excellent quality rates while calling back to their own communities.
Mobile phones emerged as a mass market product and gained hundreds of millions of new subscribers, creating new opportunities for consumers and business people to make calls. Calling cards and pre-paid services made international communications affordable to low income immigrants, spurring call growth to developing countries in particular
Mobile operators and their subscribers are a key driver of the international calling market. The number of mobile phones in service overtook the number of fixed lines in 2002. By 2011, mobiles accounted for 83 percent of total global phone lines, 43 percent of originated international call traffic, and 58 percent of terminated international traffic.