Make FREE calls anywhere to any phone......

Wednesday, February 07, 2007

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Now a days with emerging voip technology many voip service based companies are offering free pc to pc call. But do you know or ever imagined that you can call from your computer to a landline or a mobile number in almost any part of the World fro free. Yes it is possible and Gizmo Call has made it possible. Now you can save quite a lot from calling your kith and kin through STD or ISD call.

Gizmo Call is a modernized way to make call directly from your web browser. It uses a flash plug-in to manage your calls. And it is compatible with Internet Explorer and Firefox (Both I have tyested) which are most widely used browser. In order to start making call you need the following:

- A Windows (2000/XP) or Mac (OS 10.3.9+) computer
- A headset, or speakers and a microphone
- A web browser with Adobe Flash Player 9 installed (If you are a regular web browser then your is equiped with that)
- The Gizmo Call Plugin. Once you visit the website and start to make call, it will prompt to download and install the plug-in.

When everything is done, you are ready to make call...simply dial the number in the following format irrespective of the country you are located:

+(Country code)(Area code)phone number.......or.....+(Country code)mobile number


For example if you want to make a call to India to a number 22467725 located in Mumbai then you have to dial +912222467725 and click on Call button or simple press Enter. You can notice that once you dial the country code the flag will show the national flag of the country you are dialing.

As an unregistered user, your first 5 minutes of calling (each day) are free! Once you register with Gizmo Call (which is free), you will get 10 minutes of free calling per day.
Please note that calls to US toll-free numbers, Gizmo Project users, Google Talk users, and any other purely VoIP phone calls are always free.

If you want to call for more than 10 minutes a day, then you will need to purchase some Call Out credit. Basically, you might purchase $10.00 of Call Out credit, and then after your 10 minutes of free calling per day runs out, you will be charged from the call out credit.

For further information and Frequesntly Asked Question, please visit the following link:
http://support.gizmoproject.com/FAQs/gizmoCall.php#1

Update:

In this few days I noticed that there is lots of issue with Internet Edxplorer, so I recommend to use this site using Mozilla Firefox. I have been using it in Mozilla Firefox without any issue. Please downlaod Mozilla Firefox by clicking below:

Posted by Alex @ 11:59 AM  

7 comments:

Too bad, it always says that I have no Adobe Flash Player 9 installed, no matter what browser I'm using and how many times I re-install the player.

Vincent Chow said...
Wednesday, 07 February, 2007  

Have you tried installing it, Vincent? I mean you can get the installer for Adove Flash Player 9 from http://www.adobe.com/products/flashplayer/ and instal them in your system.

Alex said...
Wednesday, 07 February, 2007  

Vincent sorry to know that...but you may try out the following link
http://infogenix.com/links/download-flash-player-9.html

Click on install now, depending upon the browser you are using. And it should install.

If not reply here n i will guide you further.

Ajay M said...
Wednesday, 07 February, 2007  

Thanks on the article... Seems promising. Didn't install the program yet but will try soon and let u know how it goes!

Anonymous said...
Friday, 09 February, 2007  

Hey you must try this out. And you can save a few bucks..

Ajay M said...
Friday, 09 February, 2007  

Calls to mobile phones or other wireless devices/internet calling may be charged at higher rates than calls to traditional landline phones. Additional fees and taxes may apply. All rates, promotional or otherwise, are subject to change at any time without notice. Call times are billed in one-minute increments.

king said...
Wednesday, 19 March, 2008  

Cool blog as for me. It would be great to read something more about that matter. The only thing it would also be great to see here is a few pictures of some gadgets.
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