Global Super Tel Inc. Japan

Caspian Co., Ltd was established in Tokyo in 1994, and authorized by Ministry of Post & Telecommunication of Japan as (Tire II) International carrier, and provide low international and domestic long distance rates, with the name of Global Super Tel.

Caspian Co., Ltd was established in Tokyo in 1994, and authorized by Ministry of Post & Telecommunication of Japan as (Tire II) International carrier, and provide low international and domestic long distance rates, with the name of Global Super Tel.The rates remain constant at all times. No matter what time of the day you call. We provide calling cards e`tel and pre-paid cards is`tel and AloSalam, you can call from Japan to 222 countries around the world. The service is provided without any monthly charges, any additional charges, Flat rates, free mailing and no registration fee.

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General office

Global Super Tel Inc.
INO Bldg 1-20-8 Ohsaki,Shinagawa-Ku
Tokyo
,141-0032
Japan

Phone: +81-3-5435-4435
Site: http://www.globalsupertel.com
Contact Person

Hamid Zonoobi / CEO
Phone: +81-3-5435-4435
Phone: +81 906 050 4929
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