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App offers free voice calls on mobiles, landlines

A new app has made it possible to make calls on landline and cell phones for free in 85 countries. Call+ app lets you make free calls to landline and mobile phones alike without anyone needing the app at the other end, CNET reported.

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| Updated on: Dec 09 2014, 11:04 IST
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Call+ app lets you make free calls to landline and mobile phones alike without anyone needing the app at the other end, CNET reported.

Available for Android and iOS devices, Call+ lets you call both landlines and mobiles and it shows your existing phone number as the caller ID.

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You can make unlimited free calls to anyone in the continental US and landlines in Mexico, China and Brazil.

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But if you want to call a different country, you have two options.

You can buy one day of unlimited-calling service for 99 cents, two days for $1.99 and a month for $19.99.

Unlike smartphone apps that need both phones to have the app installed, the Call+ app allows free voice calls even to phones without the app.

Call+ also allows users to complete various 'partner' offers in exchange for days of service.

Signing up with dating service Zoosk can earn you seven days or buying a customised holiday ornament from Personal Creations can earn you seven days.

Earning many of the offers only requires users to spend some more time, the report added.

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First Published Date: 08 Dec, 10:56 IST
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