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How to save on long distance calls
Want to reduce the cost of your long distance calls? Simply use and follow these tips:

Tip 1. In-network calling is free
Calls from one SIP-number to another are free.
Get your friends, relatives and partners to subscribe for When they sign up, they automatically get a SIP number. Call from your SIP-number on their SIP-numbers and talk as much as you need, at no charge.

Tip 2. Call other VoIP users for free
You can use your SIP number to call users of Skype, Gtalk, ICQ and MSN, and these calls will be free.

Tip 3. Use your SIP-number and save 50% of your calling costs
When you call from your SIP-number, your call is routed directly to the IP network (Internet) and then terminated in the area where you are calling. Sending the call to the Internet doesn't cost anything.

Tip 4. Use Call-in to call from home, use Callback to call from your cell
Use the service which is the most convenient and most cost effective.
You can use the Call-in service, when you can call the local access number for free, for example, when you call from your home phone. You can also use this service to make calls from your cell phone, if your cell phone is subscribed to an unlimited plan. If not, then use the Callback service.

Tip 5. Call landline numbers
In most cases calls on landline numbers are cheaper than calls on mobile numbers. Best of all are the calls between two landline numbers.
For example, a call from a Moscow city phone (Russia) on a landline in Ontario (Canada) will cost $0.03, while the call from a Moscow mobile number on a Canadian mobile number will cost $0.075.

Tip 6. Use E1-number
Forward calls received on your E1-number to your SIP, landline, mobile or any other phone. This feature is useful when someone is calling you using your DID. You can enable call forwarding to several numbers at the same time (group ring) and take calls from the phone which is most available at the moment, or from the one with the lowest incoming calls rate.

Tip 7. Personal access number
Register your own access number in the country where your relatives reside. When they call this number they save money, or call free (if it is a local call for them). This feature lets you stay in touch with your family and partner abroad.

Tip 8. Convert your home phone to a SIP phone
Convert your home phone into a SIP phone using a VOIP (ATA) adapter. Connect your home phone's telephone cable to the adapter (instead of the wall phone jack) and connect the adapter to your Internet modem (or router). Now your home phone is connected to the Internet and can be used as a SIP phone. As described in Tip 3, using your SIP number allows you to save half of your calling costs, because you pay only for call termination. If you don't want to miss calls on your home number because your home phone is now using your SIP number, you can use to redirect these calls to any other number, mobile or landline. If you still cannot answer these calls, your callers can leave you a voicemail.

Tip 9. No more roaming charges subscribers can get a special travel SIM-card, which allows them to spend ten times less on long distance while traveling. You can also buy a local SIM-card in the country where you stay and register this cards number on your account. This gives you an opportunity you to use the services when you are away from home.

Tip 10. Just use
Use and reduce your long distances calling costs by up to 90%. When you use our service you are guaranteed to receive crystal clear voice quality. Unlike other long distance providers, with there are no connection fees or other hidden charges. We are constantly improving our service to let you save even more. Stay tuned for our service updates to learn more on how you can reduce your long distance costs.