8 iPhone VoIP apps that can help you save minutes

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This Web-based VoIP application does not require Wi-Fi access, as you can simply log onto the company's Web site through your iPhone's data plan. JAJAH co-founder Roman Scharf recently told VoIP News that users can send their calls through 3G or EDGE networks to reach the company's own native VoIP network. According to the company's official blog, the monthly base rate plan for JAJAH starts at $3.99 a month, and offers rates such as $.23 per minute for calls from the US to the UK. The company is currently negotiating with Apple to have its application available on the App Store.

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  • George

    I don't know if this is an old post but there are hundreds of VoiP apps out there that will provides you with better service and more savings than most of the ones mentioned here. To me the most valuable are those that provides you in one way or another FREE access to the regular telephone network. IMHO.

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