Looking for a cheap way to make calls? Line has updated their service today, allowing for calls to more locations — including the USA. The free-to-download service will now let those in much of Asia to make and receive calls on their platform.
Skype, which was once the king of VoIP services, has seen its market slowly being whittled away by newer competitors. Now Viber, one of the more popular ones, is once again striking Skype where it hurts the most, by offering an affordable means to call any mobile or landline number via its new Viber Out feature.
Over at the Prepaid Press Expo in Las Vegas, mobile provider Ultra Mobile announced an addition to its no-contract plans. Ultra Zero is a new feature that allows subscribers to make calls to Canada, the UK, China, Mexico, and Singapore at almost no cost.
Android users have been able to use Skype and other popular clients to make Voice-Over IP calls for a while now, but AT&T customers now have a more official option. AT&T Call International allows for native VOIP calls to international numbers. Prices for international calls start at 4 cents a minute, and AT&T users can download the app from the Android Market now. Blackberry and iPhone versions are also available.