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# 38412 29-Jul-2009 11:02
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I have xnet voip...

Does anyone know of a company like mynetfone (australian) that gives you a chinese number, so calls to china are free?

I don't even know how to goggle this, as VOIP is too generic to narrow it down.

THANKS

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  # 240167 29-Jul-2009 15:35
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Try www.google.cn and see if there is an option to search only for China results.
Personally I would not bother. Calls to China are so cheap anyway.




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  # 240246 29-Jul-2009 18:22
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misterwindup: Does anyone know of a company like mynetfone (australian) that gives you a chinese number, so calls to china are free?


I doubt you'll find a provider with calls to China that are free.  You will have to purchase a subscription, and in that you may get "free" minutes, but this will be built into the monthly cost.

If you want free calling, you may be better to get your regular calling recipients to install Skype and do your calls that way.

 
 
 
 


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  # 241001 31-Jul-2009 14:40
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hi,you still need to pay for local call or long distance call even you get a china voip number.not like nz 09 call 09 is free.

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  # 243858 7-Aug-2009 11:10
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pm me i know a way to get it, but there is like a fee of 20rmb a month, but its cheap as chips

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