Did you know Loop has a Quick Route page and QR code to help you get to where you want to be even quicker: wherever you are in the world?
Scanning the QR code above takes you straight to our Quick Route page (shown below).
From here you can click on your country if shown (only the six countries in which we currently operate are shown), or if your country doesn't appear you can click on the green link that says I'm not in any of these countries (which will take you to our Global access details).
Whichever route you choose you'll be able to give feedback in your preferred language, free of charge, as well as responding to feedback left by others, and look at anonymised aggregate statistical data drawn from our thousands of pieces of individual feedback.
In the images below you can see, just for example, what the Ukraine Quick Route page and the Global Quick Route page look like.
Each Quick Route page will have a different list of access points, depending on what's available in that country. For example we have just started using Telegram in Poland and Ukraine, whilst in some countries (including our Global service) we are contactable using our unique patent-pending Interactive Voice Response and Reply (IVRR) system.
Whichever page you choose it will initially appear automatically in the language of your browser, and can then be changed based on preferences, including some local dialects and national languages such as Tagalog, Somali Maxatiri or Bahasa Indonesia.
It's so easy to give feedback on Talk To Loop, with multiple access points: why not try it out for yourself today?