Wednesday, October 13, 2010

Make free 5 minute calls to more than 50 countries





Free Phone2phone offering 5 minutes free mobile or Landphone calling to 50 countries around the world. The process is simple and easy. Just dial a local access number, listen what they say, enter your destination number and start talking.

The process:
  • Pick up your own cellphone
  • Dial the provided local access number (see freephone2phone.com)
  • Follow the instruction and enter your desired number
  • Start talking.

Before making a call see the list of 50 countries to their website.



User need to know before using freephone2phone:
  • Only user inside US can use freephone2phone. If you are from outside US you will not be able to make free phone calls.
  • No sign up required.
  • You can save a standard amount of money using freephone2phone.
  • Before making a call you must hear a 10 seconds ad.
  • The other end you make call will not hear any ad.
  • Presently freephone2phone offer only 50 countries to make free calls, as per their FAQ section more countries will be added soon.
  • The call limit is only 5 minutes, it will follow a 30 seconds beep before end up the conversation.
  • The process is as like as calling card, just dial an access number and press your destination number. Please don't press the SEND button on your mobile.
  • Most city in US listed in the freephone2phone site. Each city has a different access number. If your city does not have any access number you can use calling plan minute.
  • You can make phone calls during travel if you are in USA.
  • Freephone2phone will never share your personal information with anyone.
  • Freephone2phone does not provide any emergency service, so you should not give up your current phone service and fully depend on it.


For more information about Freephone2phone visit their website today.

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1 comment:

  1. I wanted to know how to make Call Bangladesh only 3¢ from US and cut the cost of my phone bills.

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