Vonage outs an Android VoIP app, says its rates are 30% cheaper than Skype, Fring smiles
0. phoneArena posted on 08 Feb 2012, 09:25
The Vonage Mobile app says its VoIP international calling rates are 70% cheaper than the carriers, and 30% cheaper than Skype on average, based on the 50 most popular calling destinations. In our comparison chart of the VoIP apps recently we found out that it is not that hard to beat Skype in terms of rate, but the real low-baller was Fring. Adding Vonage Mobile to the mix revealed that its rates sometimes beat those of Fring only if you are a subscriber to one of its monthly calling plans...
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2. PAPINYC (limited) 5 days ago posted on 08 Feb 2012, 10:10 1 1
Skype sucks and is a major rip off. I decided to try Fring after reading PhoneArena's article on other VoIP's and their respective rates. I must say that I am quite impressed with the low international calling rates and, more importantly, the call quality. What's more, Fring does not have those "unpublished" connection fees like Skype. No wonder my Skype credit kept disappearing; sometimes the connection fee was more than the total cost of the call's talk time.
4. vishu9 posted on 08 Feb 2012, 18:45 1 0
not even fring comes close to the cheap rates that Action Voip gives... and they have an app too
5. InspectorGadget80 posted on 08 Feb 2012, 21:39 0 0
I hate Vonage. THEY RIP U OFF. When we got Vonage. They say YOU NEED high speed INTERNET only to use their CHEAP plan. I'd say FU Vonage, return it to them then got FIOS. I won't even BOTHER download their app. THEY MIS LEAD PEOPLE.
6. JessicaFindlay posted on 03 Apr 2012, 03:56 0 0
I‘m sick of the too many VoIP’s in the market. They claim so much and the output is duuhhh! It doesn’t work for me though! Does anyone know a quality standard VoIP that runs great on my iPhone 3G? I'm using FriendCaller currently. They are better than any other in term of pricing. Offering great voice quality but cheap Calls to mobile phones and landlines. Works on 3G. Supporting Group Video Calls is a plus as I need to commute for my business purposes. You might try as wellhttp://fc.vc/infographic-fc