8 iPhone VoIP apps that can help you save minutes

iPhone VoIP options

As the only VoIP application currently available at the iPhone App Store, Truphone gives users international calling for as cheap as 3p (roughly $.06) per minute for calls made to landlines and around 15p (roughly $.30) per minute for calls made to other mobile phones. Truphone is a pay-as-you-go service, and the company says there are no subscription charges, monthly charges or roaming charges. Truphone can be accessed anywhere your iPhone 3G can hook up with a Wi-Fi network.

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  • davidson333

    I use Smartgroshen app, simple, good quality of voice and sync with your phone contacts.


    I also use Smartgroshen app. I think, it the best app for calling with cheap calling rates,High quality calling and available with low recharges.

  • 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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