Vox brings its VoIP services to Android via Nimbuzz
VoX Communications is partnering with Nimbuzz to bring their popular cloud-based VoIP network to Android devices in the U.S., Canada, and Puerto Rico.
For a monthly fee, VoX will provide you with a calling plan as well as a real U.S., Canadian, or Puerto Rican phone number with no contract required. This phone number would allow you to call anyone in the US, Canada or Puerto Rico over your WiFi or 3G connection by using the free Nimbuzz VoIP applications without paying your carrier any international long distance rates or a costly unlimited plan.
VoX offers three "Domestic" plans:
- Pay as you go: $4.95/Month @ $.05/Min
- Mobile Out 500: $9.95/Month @ 500 included minutes, $.05/Min overage
- Mobile Out Unlimited: $24.95/Month
- International pricing is also available here.
If you're interested in signing up for an account, and want to know how to link it to your Nimbuzz application, check out the official VoX website.
And because this application works entirely over data, it will work on any Android device with the Nimbuzz app installed, like a tablet. Throw in some Google Voice for texting, and you can have that 7 inch smartphone you always wanted. Via [IntoMobile (opens in new tab)]
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