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Old 03-16-2012, 11:45 AM   #1 (permalink)
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Hi guys, can you tell me if there is any program for free calls? with which one can make free calls to people who have that program here ... I tried Rebtel, but I did not know how it worked, can you help me advising other programs? But that does not serve wifi, thanks a lot!
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Looks like the same type of responses that the OP received in as well.
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Some service providers offer a Wifi calling service. For about $10 if you pay for it you get unlimited calling over a Wi-Fi network. I have it on my phone and it works great when i'm home but the home phone is in use. Other then that there is no way to get free calling.

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This is something you will never see from any company because to make any type call you need to be able to connect to the other party. Some companies like Skype offer Skype to Skype free calling but thats a severe limit. The connections required to place a call regardless what to what is costly and everyone wants to be paid.

You join the crowd who wants free cell service and free data service.
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