Freephone2phone Launches - Any US resident Can Now Make Unlimited, Free 5-Minute Long Distance or International Calls to Over 50 Countries Simply by Dialing a Local Access Number
NEW YORK, Sept 28, 2010 /PRNewswire via COMTEX/ -- Americans looking to save cash can now find instant relief on their phone bills. Freephone2phone, Inc. (http://freephone2phone.com) has released a public beta of a new service to make free long distance and overseas calls to over 50 countries. Unlike Skype, Vonage or magicJack, no sign up is required, neither is computer access or any special equipment. To use Freephone2phone, you just: pick up your landline or mobile phone dial a local access number listen to one or two ten-second ads then make free, unlimited calls up to 5 minutes to landlines (and some mobiles) in over 50 countries.
At the end of 5 minutes, you'll hear warning beeps giving you an extra 30 seconds to wind up your conversation. Calls can be made anytime from any US-based phone to the most popular destinations in North America, Europe, South America, and Asia.
US telecom providers typically charge 10 cents per minute or more on long distance calls from landlines and over 20 cents per minute to call overseas if you belong to their international calling plans and more than $1.00 if you do not. Freephone2phone enables any US phone user to avoid these charges simply by paying the cost of a local phone call or by using cell phone minutes included in most standard plans. As American consumers increasingly cut back on their expenditures, Freephone2phone offers an easy and logical way to accumulate savings through each free call placed. Moreover, in most cases, the ten-second ads played prior to each call connection are money saving offers.
On its web site, Freephone2phone publishes over 150 local access numbers to immediately place calls from cities throughout the United States. To learn more and to find your local access number to place calls immediately, please visit Freephone2phone.com.
About Freephone2phone Freephone2phone is something new, not a VoIP company--it's more like a cable channel accessed by phone. You might call it "the-talk-on-the-phone" channel." Simply by dialing a local number from your mobile, you'll soon be able to access a wide variety of new free services. Freephone2phone is based in New York City and has a management team with extensive experience in the media, advertising and telecom sectors.
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