To promote the Winter Olympics in Vancouver, the VoIP solution, Vopium, is currently offering free international calls to promote its newly updated Vopium International Caller app.
The Android version of Vopium now also includes IM features to keep in touch with your contacts on Skype, MSN, Yahoo! Google Talk, AIM, ICQ and also supports free voice calls to Skype, Gtalk and other Vopium users.
A couple of days ago, I wrote about Truphone offering free calls to US this Thanksgiving.
These free calls are now available and anyone with a Truphone account, whether new or old user, can avail this free offer and call your loved ones in the US for free!
To help you celebrate Thanksgiving next week, and make it easy for you to stay in touch with friends and family, Truphone is giving away 12 hours of free calls this Thanksgiving!
Truphone is another VoIP application for mobile devices, similar to Fring. It mainly supports Symbian, iPhone and iPod Touch, Android and BlackBerry.
With rapid increase in the trend of making VoIP calls from mobile phones, the competition among some popular apps is continuing to get tense everyday.
Other then fiercely struggling to compete with each other by offering latest features and packages, increasing their availability on various phones, the VoIP companies are undoubtedly providing people with reduced cost for international calls.
You must have heard about Vopium, the new provider of international mobile calling via GSM and VoIP. Other than claiming to provide the cheapest call on mobile, they now present Vopium.com with an improved user interface.
Apart from the new design, Vopium also provides its users with a good incentive of 30 free minutes call and 100 SMS. So the next time you think of calling your friends and giving them a surprise, try Vopium!
VoxOx is an entirely new way to take complete control of your interconnected lifestyle. Never miss a call. Never miss a text, IM, e-mail or fax. Make a conference call or video chat with the click of a mouse. Call anywhere in the world for pennies…or even better, for free!”Â That’s the services opening statement, and via my experience with it, I can attest to the fact that it’s all true.
It is becoming very close to being an all-in-one messaging client. Earlier today it made a public beta version of it service available to the public.Â While it only available for Windows and Intel based Macs, support for Linux and mobile coming soon.
Users looking for affordable VOIP phone systems will rejoice today, as Google Talk users can now make free VoIP calls international calls thorugh GTalk2VoIP. It is an online radio, VoIP and SMS service provider for Google Talk and other popular IM clients like Windows Live Messenger, Yahoo etc. Due to the recent partnership between Talkster and GTalk2VoIP, users can now make fast and free calls to any number in the world.
All the other free VoIP services require registration, but you don’t need any registration with GTalk2VoIP. Now let’s take a look at how you can make these calls using Google Talk.
Skype has finally released a much-needed upgrade to its famous VoIP software, Skype 4.0. They have released the first beta version and is currently only available for Windows users. This has been released to get user feedback which would further help them to improve Skype and release the final version in summer. Skype is very user-friendly as its automatically detects connected audio and video devices, checks for available bandwidth to get you started.
Skype 4.0 comes with many new features and enhancements. The interface has been completely re-designed (now full-screen) and improved to provide the best video-calling user experience. The old UI was built for voice calls, but the new one is for video. Skype is owned by eBay, and has a user base of 309 million with revenues around $126 million in the first quarter.