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THE VONAGE MOBILE® APP

Talk and Text for FREE, Worldwide!

Introducing the Vonage Mobile® app, a new Android™ and iPhone® app that lets you make FREE high-def calls and send FREE texts to anyone who has the app worldwide. And you also get amazing savings on international calls to anyone who hasn't yet downloaded the app. It's that easy.

App Features:

  • Make FREE high-def calls and send FREE texts to anyone who has the app.
  • Save on international calling to anyone who has not yet downloaded the app with per-minute rates on average 70 percent less than major mobile carriers and 30 percent less than Skype™².
  • Use your existing address book; no need to leave the app.
  • Never miss a call or text, even when the app is closed.\
  • Easily invite multiple people right from your address book.
  • Works on Wi-Fi and 3G/4G worldwide.
  • Uses your mobile number as your caller ID.
  • Easy in-app purchasing through your iTunes or Android Market account.
  • Plus FREE calling to any Vonage home phone customer.



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Read elsewhere, but forget the source, that Vonage is vowing to under-cut Skype on price by at least 20%.

Remarkable (?) coincidence that Vonage and DellVoice apps launched concurrently. I installed both on Wednesday. DellVoice is free within most of Canada and 2-cents minute to those areas it doesn't cover. LD to USA, UK, HK, FR etc is also 2-cents. DellVoice uses its own tel numbers which it assigns, includes all incoming calls, voicemail and call forwarding/following but there is on-screen advertising. There is no SMS.

Vonage uses your existing mobile number (uses SMS to verify account before it can be used). Vonage to Vonage calls are free but incoming calls, unless placed through Vonage would come out of your mobile plan and there doesn't appear to be any vm for Vonage to Vonage calls.

Both apps access iOS's contacts to create their own contact list.

Two remarkably similar yet distinctly different services. Suggest trying them both while they are free.
 
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