Monday, 1 July 2013

9,999 FREE annual subscriptions to personal telephone interpreting service i-interpret4u – yes, really…

In celebration of the summer holiday season (now in full swing), i-interpret4u has allocated a whopping 9,999 FREE annual subscriptions which are now available to take advantage of via its latest Twitter campaign.

It’s very easy to ensure you don’t miss out on the ability to communicate in 85 different languages wherever you are in the world, and at the very point you need to.  Simply search for i-interpret4u on Twitter ( @iinterpret4u, hit the ‘follow’ button and retweet (RT) any of the FREE subscription ‘tweets’ which you will find on our tweets home page.  It’s as simple as that.  Following this, you’ll receive your unique account number and access code via a direct message, including a web link to register your account.

There is nothing to pay for your FREE annual subscription that is worth a generous £10 each, the next 9,999 people to register online at with their unique account number and access code, will find themselves in possession of this great summer travel offer.

We expect this promotion to be very popular as this new service will provide travellers with the ideal ‘language buddy’ for their foreign travels for the next 12 months – so don’t delay, follow us today.

Happy holidays!

About i-interpret4u (

i-interpret4u provides an easy to use, personal telephone interpreting service for those facing a language barrier whilst living, travelling or doing business overseas.  The service connects users to live, qualified and highly experienced interpreters in 85 languages, 24/7, often in less than one minute. When face-to-face with a non-English speaker the service can be used from a landline or mobile using a speakerphone, or, by passing the handset back and forth.  i-interpret4u can also assist users in setting up a three-way call to a non-English speaker worldwide.


A range of pay plans are available to suit individual needs, calls are charged by the second for the time that the interpreter is on the line and an entry level subscription of ten pounds will allow users access to the service. Smart phone users can also access the service and manage their account via the free iPhone or Android app.

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