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Abtevrythng Quicktips: Legal Free Calls to US and Canada

Want to call your family and friends in US and Canada for Free using your iPhone and Android? then this post is for you! Using the method described here is completely legal and no credit cards are required. Excited! Get ready to amaze yourself with free calling to US, Canada, and Puerto Rico!

These days, every now and then new services keeps popping up with their app for Android and iPhones, but only some of them are worth trying out. Recently Vonage came up with their new app Vonage Mobile for iPhone and Android which allows users to make free call to US and Canada. the only limitation is that call times are limited to 3000 minutes per month. That translates to 50 hours per month which is certainly awesome. The calls work on both 3G and WiFi  networks. One can also buy credit from the app itself and use it to call phones in other countries as well. Also the company boasts it rates and its 30% cheaper than using Skype!

So below the screen captures of the App download, installation and use for your reference. You can download this app on your phone from Apple Appstore or Android Market.



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