Babble launches new FreeB service for free VoIP to landline calls
TELECOMWORLDWIRE-10 July 2006-Babble launches new FreeB service for free VoIP to landline calls(C)1994-2006 M2 COMMUNICATIONS LTD http://www.m2.com
A new service called FreeB has been launched by Babble.net, an Internet telephony service provider in the UK, enabling new and existing Babble users to make free phone calls from their IP telephone, PC or laptop computer.
According to Babble, customers can activate the free VoIP to landline FreeB minutes by sending a text message, at a cost of GBP1.50, to Babble once they have registered and downloaded the Babble software onto their PC or laptop.
Babble enables users to interact with other SIP-based VoIP services for free, while SIP enables independent hardware devices to be plugged into the PC or laptop, allowing the provider to offer a wider range of services in the future.
Babble users can make FreeB calls in more than 25 countries, including Australia, China, the US, New Zealand, Singapore, the UK, Scandinavia and other parts of Europe. FreeB calls are limited to 30 minutes per day, after which the standard Babble rates apply. The new FreeB campaign will last for three months.