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jun 23 2006

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VoIPCheap JA was and it comes time Webcalldirect

As was to be expected, software for voice over IP VoipCheap started charging 1 euro cent per minute for calls to landlines in Brazil, after a few months that this type of connection was free to all users who have credits.

The Swiss company owns the VoipCheap now wants to draw attention to the Webcalldirect, another of VoIP companies owned. This has a differential, does not use software and connections are only fired from the PC into a callback system, you put your phone and who you want to call, Your phone rings, the phone rings and you talk like a normal connection. The cost is to practice… you put 10 Euro credit and they are worth 3 months, from there you can make calls to any landline in Brazil (and some other countries) no charge, up to a limit of 5 weekly hours, a partir the 5 hours per week is charged 1 euro cent per minute.

And what to do with the 10 then credit euros? You can use them to make calls to mobile phones, the inviting price 11 euro cents per minute, is not free, but is much cheaper than the absurd amounts charged by Vivo, Team, Course and other operators.

Of course, this should not last long mamata, then prices rise and links for fixed will normally be charged. And then the Swiss company launches another company with other promotion of these, for people to put more 10 Euro Credit.

For those who make very long distance and / or calls to mobile phones worth, there is a certain lag in bonds that at times becomes unbearable, but in most cases it is feasible.

Not gain anything with this disclosure, I'm just commenting as put 10 Credit euros in voipcheap and has worked cool.

Ahh, both allow some free calls to landline lasting up 1 minute to test, without holding credit.

Links: ForwardingWebcalldirect

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Skooter is a computer scientist and the founder of Skooter Blog. He is interested in everything related to technology and he likes to save money by making his purchases directly from abroad.

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Leandro
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Leandro

hello, the cost for any city in Brazil is the same as for example 1 euro dentavo for Sao paulo and the same for skelmersdale?

thank you

CARLA
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CARLA

Used for a few days,wonderful….Then just suddenly…But the web call tb ended the breeze;…Somebody knows of another with the same system?

Esteban Dortta
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The voipcheap voipdiscount and offer the same functionality from the start in the directcall. Bao.
The delay practically disappears in two applications with a specific router for VOIP using your account or VoipCheap VoipDiscount configuring as SIP client.

Alisson
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Dear friends,

I'm starting to use the voipcheap. I paid the 10 euros and I received the credits. My question is as follows: on my account says I have 90 days of free links, however, When I turn to the fixed network in Brazil, It is charged 3 euro cents per minute. Wonder, How to use these 90 days for free?? These days are for free calling to where??
I thought you could plug n burn Brazil fixed for free for 90 days and the 10 Euro cats calling mobile.

A hug.

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