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# 18207 1-Jan-2008 19:48
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I went to this website http://www.justvoip.com/ and have been making calls around there various destinations which offer free phone rates if I call through to there landline. What I really want to know is, is it really free or is there a catch and at the end of the month im going to be stung with a huge phone bill


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  # 102505 1-Jan-2008 20:10
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Well unless you have given them your private details, how are they going to charge you?

And it does say in their terms on service....


New users can try JustVoip out for free for a total of 60 minutes. During this trial period you can only call the destinations marked as free. Register your account by buying credit in order to extend your free calls.

Registered users get max 300 minutes per week of free calls, measured over the last 7 days and per unique IP address. Unused free minutes cannot be taken to the following week(s). If limit is exceeded the normal rates apply. During your Freedays you can call all destinations listed as "Free" for free. When you have run out of Freedays, the normal rates apply. You can get new Freedays by buying credit.

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