NEW YORK, April 10, 2013 /PRNewswire/ -- i-Mobb, a convenient and affordable app that allows users to make and receive calls on their smartphones without paying roaming charges, is now available for resale by travel agents and others in the industry. The free roaming app's online home, http://www.i-Mobb.com, has important details and information for both customers and resellers. (Logo: http://photos.prnewswire.com/prnh/20130410/PH91834LOGO ) "Today's world travelers are independent and tech-savvy, and they're looking for a way to continue their interconnected lives while abroad. With i-Mobb, a new app that lets users avoid roaming fees and make unlimited calls during a trip overseas, resellers can offer the VoIP solution. We can't wait to see what the world's top travel agencies can do for their clients with our technology," said Bernard Drai, CEO of the app company. i-Mobb allows its users to make and receive international calls as though they were domestic. It assigns each subscriber a temporary local phone number that works just like a user's at-home number, permitting unlimited calls back to the home country at no extra charge. i-Mobb's subscription-based service also includes a new voicemail system so customers can receive important messages even while abroad. The free roaming app is available for many types of smartphones and is also compatible with tablets as well as iPod Touch devices. i-Mobb assists travelers with every aspect of their trips. Prior to departure, the app helps users determine whether they will have Wi-Fi access at their destination. i-Mobb users can also forward their current phone number to the temporary number the app provides, allowing a seamless transition from one country to the next. During the trip, i-Mobb subscribers can make and receive calls as though they were at home, without unnecessary charges or service restrictions. The app also includes features that allow travelers to easily monitor their accounts, track activity, and organize calls. After the trip is over, users can simply remove the free roaming app or contact the company to extend their subscriptions.