Localphone.com, a famous voip call provid, is offering a week long unlimited free calls to mobile phones in HongKong. All calls to HongKong will be free from 12pm (noon) GMT Tuesday 27th March until 12pm (noon) GMT Tuesday 3rd April 2012.
During these days, with Localphone, you will be able to make completely free international calls to HongKong from anywhere. You can make free calls using your mobiles or your computers. The good news is that you can make completely unlimited free calls. The unlimited show itself in two parts: You can make free calls as long as you want; You can make free calls to Hong Kong as many as you want. There is a detailed tutorial on how to make free calls with Localphone in its official site. Just go to http://www.localphone.com/call/hong_kong and explore for answer yourself.
After the promotion ends calls to mobiles in Hong Kong will be charged at the normal rate of 1 per minute. If you aren’t Localphone customers you can still take advantage of the offer, just simply visit the website (or download its iPhone or Android app), sign up for free and you’ll be able to start calling mobiles in Hong Kong for free straight away. After the promotion ends there’s no obligation for you to add credit to their account.
Here we have a question for our readers : which mobile VoIP client will finally win in the end?
Answer: what is the meaning of mobile VoIP client? Could it give an acess to make voip calls through your phone data service? To make WIFI calls using your dual mode handset? Can it let your cellular calls end up being delivered over the Internet? Is all of the above available or only some of them? You have found these problems.Nowadays, mobile VoIP is far from a specific service or technology. It is just a marketing term.
In theory, mobile VoIP goes to the handset all the way from the ip links. Generally speaking,this needs a 3G-speed cellular data service and a soft client that works on the particular handset. Only some of the phones have this function such as Fring and Skype Mobile. Those clients can also let you have voip calls made through wifi hotspots. Other clients for such handsets only support VoIP calls over wifi, but not over cellular data networks.In this way, all calls have to travel over the cellular voice network,especially those made out of hotspot range.It stays a question whether that qualifies as true mobile VoIP. Truphone is a high-profile example of this approach.Few combinations of software, service models and transport methods are available.For example, some service use clients running on handsets, and VoIP switching, but mainly transport their calls over the PSTN. Continue reading →
Localphone, a great VoIP calling service provider, is offering unlimited free international calls to Portugal. If you are from Portugal, you can make free calls for a whole week.
Here is the details of this free calls offer
All calls to landlines in Portugal will be free from 12pm (noon) GMT Monday 19th March until 12pm (noon) GMT Monday 26th March.This means you will be able to call free with localphone within the limited time.
There’s no catch, calls to all Portuguese landlines will be free for all Localphone customers new and old. After the promotion ends, calls to landlines will return to the normal rate from1¢ a minute. Continue reading →
Here we bring you another free call trial chances.
So what’s Amantel?
Overview of Amantel
Amantel is an VoIP application which allow you to make cheap international calls or even free international calls use cheap prepaid long distance calling cards.Using Amantel, you will find the calling card rates are often fraction of standard international rates. Of course you can use your regular wireless minutes to make international calls . For example, you can make cheap international calls to the UK, cheap international calls to USA, Australia and Canada. Continue reading →
Before we start the free calls today, I want to say Happy International Women’s Day 2012!
March 8, which called International Women’s Day, is a time when women all over the world are recognised and appreciated for their economic, political and social achievements – so how are you celebrating this Women’s Day? Continue reading →