Just in time for birthday Aunt Lulu in Gstaad , Vonage launched its application extensions free long distance calls from your Android phone. With a quick download, parents can tap into their nostalgia existing Vonage VoIP service from a Google-powered phone to call the world without racking up additional charges terribly expensive phones. The catch? It requires an international VoIP calling plan before you can set the numbering of friends in the world. Also, pricing is subject to your existing calling plan and it does not support email like some other similar applications, including Fring and Viber . For existing users of Vonage is certainly an added feature soft, leaving you no excuse but to call Aunt Lulu.
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