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Top Ways to Save Even More Money with Internet Phone

Updated on November 15, 2010


There’s nothing like that ability to communicate with friends and family around the globe! After all, just a mere 100 years ago, if your family moved from England to California, the chances of you actually speaking to each other-save another trans –Atlantic trip- were slim and none. Today, however, we are blessed with a long list of communication methods. From the convenience of traditional phone service to cell phones, text messaging to Internet phone services providers, not only do the number of options continue to grow but the technology is constantly updating as well.

No matter where you live, chances are that you have quite the list of choices for telephoning a friend. You may prefer to use methods such as home phone, a cell phone, VoIP (internet phone service) and computer programs such as Skype or any combination of these. However, when it comes to getting the best price, many feel that you can’t go wrong with Internet phone. In fact, Internet phone can be free, depending on the programs you choose to install on your assorted devices. Here is a quick overview of some of these Internet phone options.

EvaPhone allows you to briefly call nearly anywhere in the world via your PC to a phone. However, the calls range in length from 10 seconds to one minute and you are only allowed 2 calls per day.

FreeBuzzer connects with your phone with the number you dial, but once again the calls must be short-2 minutes each. However, you can make 3 calls per day and can choose from a list of over 40 countries.

Google Voice is the best way to make free Internet phone calls. With it you can make free phone calls, free PC to PC calls, and free PC to phone calls, providing you are  calling anywhere within the U.S. and Canada. You are given a free phone number which works with any of your existing numbers. Just use the Google number to get voice mail messages, free conference calling, and several other features that are great for both business and personal use.  Also, Google Voice calls are limited to 3 hours at a time, but can be made over and over again.

Internet phone service is a great way to save money on communication cost. Whether you just use it for quick 60 seconds calls or marathon visiting, you will be glad to have it.


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      7 years ago

      good hub. thanks for the info.


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