PRLog - Nov. 23, 2012 - Making international calls with a cell phone is usually a no-go, because the fees are just too high. As a result many users simply avoid placing those calls.
“Cheap Calls” will change that, bringing the world closer together. The complimentary app, which is available for iPhone and Android Smartphones, offers extremely budget-friendly, international calls. No VoIP calling via the Internet - but rather a real phone connection through a national number. This way “Cheap Calls” guarantees perfect call quality, even in places where no Internet connection can be established.
Anyone who has a flat rate for a landline in his home country simply pays the actual fees which “Cheap Calls” charges for its services. The fees are extremely moderate. A one-time 50 cent credit is given to users registering in the system for the first time. Also you may even be able to place calls at no charge at all: anyone who recommends “Cheap Calls” receives a credit of up to $ 4.10 for each new customer.
The app is used to make the phone call. A number may be entered manually or selected from the internal phone book. Before each call the applicable rate is displayed. An overview of current rates may also be obtained at any time from the Internet. All charges will be debited from a prepaid account, which has been established by the user. Only the current balance of the account may be used.
A prepaid account may be recharged using PayPal or a credit card. The app supports the dollar and euro currency and is available in English, German, French, Italian and Spanish.