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How To Get Free VOIP calling on your Cell Phone

There are many ways to use VOIP on your Cell Phone in WiFi Areas for FREE.
You can get VOIP on Free WiFi at home, at McDonalds, and at other Free HotSpots.
VOIP may also be cheaper to use with some Wireless Data plans.
Skype is the best known low cost VOIP on many Phones (iPhone, Android, Symbian, & some others).
Skype is not Free, except to another Skype phone. Skype costs 2.3˘ per minute or about $1/month
Viber is another Free Cell Phone Wifi App, again only Free to another Viber app user.
Viber and Skype can also work on Cell Phone 4G Data, but not Free if you pay for Data usage.
Sprint 3G Data is not fast enough for VOIP, 4G LTE is best for all carriers.
At home, Ooma is best on your Internet, Nettalk is next best, then MagicJack Plus.
Read more about home VOIP phone gadgets at HDVoicePhones.com or Click to see chart

FREE Netphone Apps that don't charge per minute

Google Voice (GV) offers FREE VOIP calls by callback, unless you also use an app like GrooveIP or Mo+.
[But those 3rd-part Apps won't work after May 2014, you will have to use Google Hangouts.]
GrooveIP (free or $4.99) for Android is a good solution, it uses Google Voice to direct call.
Mo+ apps (& Talkatone) also work with GV, & work better on some phones than GrooveIP, but don't work well on other phones.
Vonage has a free App for Mobile Phones (temporarily?), but we found quality less than GV Apps like GrooveIP, etc
NetTalk WiFiNetTalk has a FREE Smartphone App for FREE VOIP calls, but you get a remote number, unless you buy their NetTalk Duo first.
If you buy MagicJack, you can use an iPhone or Android App to call for FREE

The Best VOIP FREE SmartPhone Apps work with FREE Google Voice

Once you set up Google Voice, and get a free phone number, you also need an App that interfaces with it.
Groove IP is the easiest to set up and use with Google Voice. Groove IP Lite is FREE, but their $4.99 version is better.
Talkatone is another FREE VOIP App that works with Google Voice, and some find it works better on some phones.
Mo+ puts out a couple of FREE Apps that work well, & appear to give higher quality speech, but don't work on some phones.
EverVoice is another new App, but some people have problems with it.
You can get FREE VOIP calling on your SmartPhone in WiFi Hotspots, but if you use Data, it may cost you about 5 MB/minute.
Some data plans don't work well either, like Virgin Mobile.
I hear T-Mobile $30/mo plan (100 min/mo plan) with unlimited data works well, using Google Voice for most calls.

The Best: Google Voice with either GrooveIP, Mo+ or Talkatone for Android

For Android, Google Voice alone requires callback, but GrooveIP, Talkatone or Mo+ let you use Google Voice to Call out.

2nd Best: Fring, MobileVoip, Ooma, SparePhone, EverVoice


MagicJack Plus VOIP calls are also Free, but their SmartPhone App only works on iPhone/iPod/iPad.
The Ooma Telo is a HD Quality Phone service that is almost free (after you buy the phone for about $200, you pay about $3.50/mo for home use). You can buy their SmartPhone App (iPhone/iPod/iPad & Android only) for about $10,
then you pay 1.6˘ a minute to use it on your SmartPhone.

Other New low cost VOIP Options are:

A Chart to Compare Major VOIP Home Phones

(Only Ooma offers HD Voice at home, but this lists all VOIP competitors)
 
Initial Phone Cost
Monthly Basic



HD Voice?
Caller ID/CallWaiting
VoiceMail
911
Receive Calls
Basic Features
Monthly Deluxe
(Home) US ˘/min
Phone Quality

Runs on PC/Laptop
FAX

SmartPhone App


International (Mexico)
Int'l (Mexico) Cell
Ooma Telo
about $200
$3.50/mo
tax & fees


YES
FREE
FREE
FREE
FREE
8
$12.95/mo
FREE
Crisp and Clear

NO
YES

1.6˘/min
iPhone+Droid
3˘+
(cell 38˘)
Int'l Rates
1˘ = Buy 1,000 minutes for $9.95
MagicJack Plus
about $87
FREE 1yr,
then $30/yr


NO
FREE
FREE
FREE
FREE
4
n/a
FREE
Good

YES (USB)
YES*(?)

FREE on iPad


10˘+
(cell 33˘)
Int'l Rates
MagicJack
$39.95
FREE 1yr,
then $20/yr


NO
FREE
FREE
FREE
FREE
4
n/a
FREE
Good to Fair

YES (USB)
YES*(?)

FREE on iPad


10˘+
(cell 33˘)
Int'l Rates
NetTalk WiFi
$69.95
FREE 1yr, & $30/yr


NO
FREE
FREE
FREE
FREE
4
n/a
FREE
Good

YES (USB)
YES

FREE iPhone+Droid
BlkBerry+Win

10˘+
(cell 33˘)
Int'l Rates
or $120/yr
NetTalk Duo
$49.95
FREE 1yr, & $30/yr


NO
FREE
FREE
FREE
FREE
4
n/a
FREE
Good

YES (USB)
YES

FREE iPhone+Droid
BlkBerry+Win

10˘+
(cell 33˘)
Int'l Rates
or $120/yr
Buy a Skype
2.3˘/min
$3/mo US
$13.99/mo World

NO
n/a
$3/mo
n/a
$30/yr
2
2˘/min or $3/mo
Fair

YES
NO

2.3˘/min iPhone
Android

3˘-11˘
(cell 38˘)
Int'l Rates
$13.99/mo Int'l
3000 minutes/month Free with Ooma Telo
NetTalk and MagicJack say unlimited calls, but 3000 calls are allowed before problems
MagicJack may cut off calls at 1-1/2 hours, but MagicJack says Unlimited Calling.
Both Ooma and magicJack Plus have free in-network calling.
Both services have international calling at low VoIP rates.
Number Porting - Ooma $39.95 / MagicJack Plus - didn't work for me.

If you buy a used MagicJack, get the password and email from the original owner. Then you can change both, and add your own credit card to buy more years of service.
If you buy a used Ooma, you will have to pay about $80 to reactivate it.
*MagicJack Support says MagicJack can Fax - but I couldn't get it to fax.
According to eHow.com, you can use Fring to access your MagicJack VOIP on your Cell Phone.
The Gizmo Project appears to offer Free VOIP calling
Get
NetTalk WiFi NetTalk, MagicJack Plus, Ooma Telo, Phone Power, or ViaTalk & plug it into your Home Internet - Unlimited VOIP calls at Home.
Then, get their SmartPhone App for your Cell Phone (iPhone/iPod/iPad, Android, BlackBerry, or Windows Mobile).
Ooma Telo has HD Voice Quality. NetTalk WiFi and MagicJack Plus are good quality, much better than the old MagicJack.
The old MagicJack needs your PC to be running, whereas the others can run on your home Network with your Internet.
The new SmartPhone Apps can run via WiFi on your SmartPhone at home or at WiFi Hotspots.

The Best VOIP Variety for a FREE SmartPhone App is NetTalk WiFi NetTalk Duo

If you NetTalk WiFi buy the NetTalk Duo for $49.95, you pay $30/year after the first year for home use,
and their SmartPhone App for iPhone/iPod/iPad, Android, BlackBerry and Windows Mobile is FREE,
with FREE VOIP calling on your SmartPhone in WiFi Hotspots.
Optionally, NetTalk WiFi NetTalk Duo, MagicJack, MagicJack Plus or Phone Power (w/ USB Adapter) can run on a laptop with WiFi or a Rental PC.
(The old MagicJack doesn't work on every computer - USB Mice or CPU-Intensive Programs can make it crash or hang)

In Sum, Ooma Telo is the Best Choice for HD Clarity.
NetTalk Duo WiFi also has a FREE SmartPhone App for most Smartphones (iPhone/iPod/iPad, Android, BlackBerry, or Windows Mobile).
MagicJack and MagicJack Plus also have a FREE SmartPhone App.
Ooma has a CellPhone App for outgoing calls only (1.9c/min), and uses less bandwidth than most other apps (200k/min), w/ HD Quality


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