the user can simply enter their number and the number they wish to call into a web form, and within a few seconds the system will call their cell phone and connect it to the target number
New York, NY (PRWEB) August 21, 2012
Cutting back on communication costs is at the core essence of what Voice over IP technology stands for. Whether it's local calls, long distance, or international - VOIP can decrease costs across the board. Most users use simple means of utilizing VOIP such as analog telephone adapters and software phones, but there's another way to utilize VOIP to drastically cut costs - especially when traveling.
Many cell phone networks around the world are quite open, meaning you can easily purchase a SIM card or a prepaid phone and make and receive calls with it. The downside to this is that although on many networks incoming calls are free, outgoing calls are outrageously expensive. For example- making an outgoing call from a Japanese prepaid cell phone costs more than $1/minute. Incoming calls on the other hand are free to the receiver, and cost significantly less to the caller. Using our Japanese example- calling the same prepaid phone utilizing Cheap Voip service would cost only 6-7 cents a minute - saving the caller 95% of the cost.
But how does that help the cell phone owner if he or she wants to make an outgoing call? easy - that's where callback service comes in: the user can simply enter their number and the number they wish to call into a web form, and within a few seconds the system will call their cell phone and connect it to the target number. It doesn't take any technical knowledge, and any number can be connected to any number, globally.
Cheap Voip Inc has started offering callback services enabled by VOIP technology (and rates). For more information please see: http://www.cheapvoipinc.com/