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Who Will Win When It Comes to Free VoIP Calling Services?


December 18, 2014

By Michelle Amodio, VoipMonitoringZone Contributor

By now, VoIP is certainly not a new technology. We started seeing VoIP come into the communications space somewhere around the mid-90s, and since its inception, it has managed to help businesses and consumers save some bucks on their phone bills.

On the consumer side of things, there are a few services to choose from when it comes to making free VoIP calls or VoIP calls that are inexpensive. There are the known contenders, like Skype and apps like Facebook video calling, and then there are some new names in the ring that are certainly making the competition field a little more tense.

Apps like Viber have long touted itself as the inexpensive VoIP option without having to commit to a specific provider. Where Viber differs is price, that’s because there is none. Viber was created for the mobile phone, whereas Skype took some time before it could adapt itself to the mobile platform. However, Viber’s latest PC update means that Viber has done the opposite; it has transcended the mobile threshold and with a PC option, Skype has something to worry about...Read More

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