Making Free Calls Around the World with TuiTalk

Written by ometrick on March 1st, 2009

Hello All! Welcome to the first blog on how to make free calls around the world, for the month of March. If you’re like me, you have some friends and relatives that live overseas who we talk to on a constant basis. The cost of international long distance calls can be and are very high.

If you have Vonage like I do, this don’t help very much, since you can only make free international calls in Mexico, Canada, and Europe… and not in other countries. Thankfully, there are VoIP phones to make these free calls with.

VoIP phones are phones that allow you to call people anywhere in the world absolutely or nearly free. For an example of VoIP phones, there’s Skype, Oovoo, and many other VoIP phone providers, including TuiTalk.

TuiTalk is relatively new in the VoIP realm. With it, you can make free international calls to countries like China, India, Australia, and Russia – free of any charges. It works like this:

1. Go to www.tuitalk.com

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and register for a free account with the site.

2. After the registration is finished, download the free software, from which you will making the free calls from.

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3. After the download is finished, dial the number of the person you wish to call (landline or mobile phone), using 00 + the country’s calling code and finally, the number itself.

Here are a list of some of the countries where you can make free international calls to:

And finally, you wil now be asked for any credit card numbers or intruding, personal info. Just make the free calls with the download, with any computer that has access to the Internet.

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One Response to “Making Free Calls Around the World with TuiTalk”

  1. Weber Says:

    I have been using Vopium.com earlier which gave me 90% discounted rates on each cal along with free sms, but seems like Tuitalk will cost me more lower, so i ll go for it. Thanks for sharing this information. Nice Post.

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