January 02, 2006
VoipStunt - more FREE calls!
Another Skype UI clone, seemingly from the same people behind VoipBuster, VoipSTUNT offers completely free calls to any regular landline in the following countries - no initial credit required (VoipBuster requires a 5 Euro initial investment before allowing unlimited calls to fewer countries, Skype still charges per minute to any destination):
- Hong Kong
- New Zealand
- Slovak Republic
- South Korea
- United Kingdom
- United States
Quite an impressive list - certainly over and above any other offering seen on the net so far!!
I haven't had time to test extensively, but Jan reports:
After few calls it ask you to top up some credit… Certainly does not working while trying to call cellphones in Belgium while being in Malaysia. But okay. Does work to call my Malaysian cellphone. But it works perfect on the level of calling fixed pstn phonelines in Belgium. Totally free.
Update: my first review of this service available here.
I have been using VoipStunt for a couple of weeks now. At the beginning message saying "max number of free calls reached (30)". But each new day it works again for free, but with number of calls lower (about 10 now I think). So when my calls run out I go to Skype where I have credit :-) But I like VoipStunt and call quality seems high(er?), but I really will make the choice of the one with Outlook integration...When you have 500 or more business contacts I don't want to use the voipstunt contact list, neither to copy/paste from Outlook... Bon appetit :-)
I will be medlem if it's works.
i tried voipstunt but after an initial call of 30mins to US it started askin me to buy credits of 10 euro i think this is crap
if any of you havn't faced this kindly reply me.
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