- August 19, 2008 at 6:37 am #248670
This is a bit confusing and it works the way those prepaid calling cards work. In essence, you get a pin code which you use to access the service to make calls and people can also call you using the pin code for a local call from wherever they are. So for example, if you want to call Israel, it’s a local call from the states and vice versa.
The catch is that there is a commercial message and it’s limited to 10 minute conversations at a time. Plus, cell phones in UK, France and Israel are not included.
They do have a paid service where there are no commercials and unlimited time. For an additional fee, you can also get a certain number of minutes to call cell phones in UK, France and Israel.
The service (run by Israel’s national telephone carrier, Bezeq) is in beta and is at http://www.bezecom.com. Seems like a useful service for occasional calls to/from those countries.
Once again, I am posting this because it’s a freebie, but I personally wouldn’t touch this program/site or freebie. ~FG
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