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Free DID Numbers, Free Voip Calls, & more Voip Info

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Does anyone know of a way to setup free calling to the UK? London area, mostly.

I tried a few of the links in the OP but they seem to be either no longer operating or have per minute charges.
I'm looking for something that competes with calling cards which are around $0.005 to $.007 per minute.
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So nowadays if one needs to get local number to Toronto on an ATA, FPL is still the cheapest option?

[QUOTE]FreePhoneline (http://www.freephoneline.ca/) (Canadian Numbers)
-Free ON, QC, AB and BC Numbers (If not available, check the next day)
-Can be set to ring either on your computer with their softphone, or forwarded to selected Canadian phone Numbers
-Using their SoftPhone you can place free calls to select Canadian cities.
-To use the DID number from an ATA a one time $50+tax fee applies[/QUOTE]
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h2o- wrote:
Jun 4th, 2015 10:14 am
So nowadays if one needs to get local number to Toronto on an ATA, FPL is still the cheapest option?
The VoIP Unlock Key is $59.95 now - NOT $50
It will be another $25 if you port a number to FPL
I ported my landline to FPL 1 year ago. I wish I had done it earlier.
At the time, I was planning to cancel my landline as every member in my household has a cellphone. I just spent $100 to keep my landline number.
Have too many phones... This is how I limit my monthly phone payment.
Koodo $25 plan, Public Mobile $37 5GB, $13 250MB, $7 50min/50text,
Zoomer loyalty family plan for 3 lines $95/6GB, $0 FPL home phone
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wow, this thread hasn't been posted to in a while,

anyway, I'm hoping someone can help.

I have a Linksys PAP2 VOIP adapter and wanted to be able to call US landline/mobile numbers for free (and if possible, Canadian ones as well). Is there a FREE service I can set up with my PAP2 adapter? Help.
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davesnothere wrote:
Jun 10th, 2016 6:30 pm
wow, this thread hasn't been posted to in a while,

anyway, I'm hoping someone can help.

I have a Linksys PAP2 VOIP adapter and wanted to be able to call US landline/mobile numbers for free (and if possible, Canadian ones as well). Is there a FREE service I can set up with my PAP2 adapter? Help.
Google Voice would do that. There are ways to set it up from within Canada, I think you can find instructions by Googling

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