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Mobile VOIP goes international

published on March 3, 2011

In January mobile VoIP giant Rebtel launched a new Blackberry Application aimed at reducing the enormous cost of international calls.  Android users (like myself) shouldn’t feel left out, there is an international application for Android as well. The application does not need an active Wi-Fi connection to work; it works on a standard cellular network using local phone numbers and the user’s monthly local minutes.

Sounds great right? But what’s involved?  I did a little research and found out how it will work for you.

  1. Get a Rebtel Account- You don’t pay anything upfront, but the calls are charged against your calling plan

Read the rest of the article at http://www.examiner.com/small-business-insights-in-national/mobile-voip-goes-international-review

published on March 3, 2011

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