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Written by josh on January 11th, 2013
The name doesn't roll off the tongue, but VPHO is an excellent app you can use to call anywhere in the world. With VPHO, you can do a variety of things. 1. Call anywhere in the world for free. You just need to be connected to 3G or WiFi, and you'll ...
Written by josh on January 9th, 2013
Last November I told you about Speek (read that post here). Speek is a wonderfully cool conference calling service. Monday of this week Speek announced a mobile app for iOS which is a great development for the company. To give a Speek refesher: - Speek  is a browser-based VoIP service - no ...
Written by josh on January 2nd, 2013
Happy New Year everyone! 2013 will be a great year! Here's some good news to start the year off. Google has announced that they will continue to provide their free VoIP service through 2013. Through Google's Gmail service, the company provides free chat and calls. Users are able to make free calls ...
Written by josh on December 24th, 2012
I've been reading through other blogs and chat rooms looking for more VoIP providers. I just found one that seems to be a popular site - SmartVoIP. Make cheap international calls and send free text messages to family and friends in India and elsewhere with SmartVoip. To get started with SmartVoIP, head ...
Written by josh on December 21st, 2012
If you're looking for yet another way to make free conference calls, head over to Voxeet. I really like what I see from Voxeet, and I'll tell you why. First, they just launched an iOS app to go along with their Windows and Android apps. Voxeet offers crystal-clear voice conversations that you ...
Written by josh on December 10th, 2012
You see all these VoIP services out there. You want to take advantage of their cheap prices. But you don't have high speed internet. You're out of luck...or are you? VoipVoip is your solution to calling internationally for very low costs even if you don't have high speed internet. VoipVoip offers ...
Written by josh on December 7th, 2012
gUnify is a cloud-based, unified communications system that is designed for small businesses running Google Apps. gUnify is compatible with your existing phone system and most SaaS business application software, such as CRM and Project Management. There is no software to install with gUnify. Call with gUnify: - Automatically log all of your outbound ...
Written by josh on November 30th, 2012
ChatCube is another mobile VoIP app in the Skype/WhatsApp/France Libon variety. (We told you about France Libon Wednesday). ChatCube is a strong platform to communicate through, but it isn't the best out there. The major setback is you cannot video chat on ChatCube. Video obviously is Skype's selling point. But with ChatCube, ...
Written by josh on November 26th, 2012
There are lots of VoIP service providers out there. That's why you turn to freecallsto.com to tell you which are the best. However, we understand we aren't the end all be all, and ultimately we care about our readers more than anything else. That's why we don't hide good things ...
Written by josh on November 21st, 2012
Here's a new really cool conference calling service called Speek. I suggest all you conference calling folks check it out. Unlike Skype, Speek is completely browser-based. No download necessary. It's also 100% free. Registration is super easy - use an email address or sign up via Facebook or Google. You'll then ...

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