Voip.com Adds 200 Minute Calling Plan

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Bringing more options to voip lovers in the US, popular voip service provider voip.com rolls out a new 200 minute calling plan that offers access to the same powerful calling features as their other plans, for only $9.95 a month.

Introducing even greater flexibility to their calling plan lineup, voip.com announces a new 200 minute per month option. At only $9.95 per month, the 200-minute plan effectively increases voice over IP's affordability without sacrificing any calling features.

One of voip's strongest selling points has always been the incredible cost savings that users realize over service delivered by traditional phone companies. Economy, coupled with voip's powerful calling features, puts consumers in a win-win situation that just got better. In recognition that not every subscriber is going to comfortably fit into a cookie-cutter plan, voip.com created a feature-rich calling plan with a small monthly-minute footprint.

Whether they're taking most calls on a cell or just don't spend a lot of time on the phone, members who don't need an unlimited monthly calling plan can now enjoy voip.com's 200 minute per month solution, with 200 minutes of free calling to anywhere in the United States, Canada, or Puerto Rico. Additional minutes will be billed at 3.9 cents a minute.

All of voip.com's calling plans come standard with over 30 powerful calling features, including: Caller ID, Click-to-Call, free SoftPhone, Call Forwarding, Selective Call Blocking, Priority Alerts, Voicemail, VIP Ringing, complete online account control, Three Way Calling, Anonymous Call Rejection, Automatic Callback, and Enhanced 911 (E911).

Members also receive a free voip internet phone adapter that allows them to continue using the phones they already have. There's no need to rewire, either, since voip service can be easily distributed from room to room using a standard cordless phone set.

There are a number of add-on services available for members interested in purchasing virtual numbers, additional lines, or toll free (800) numbers. To find out more about voip and internet phone service, explore the news, articles and tips at voip.com's comprehensive website: http://www.voip.com.


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