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Residential Long Distance

VoIP service providers frequently offer free long distance with service. They're phone service often calls less than a traditional phone company as well.

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Calling Plan

Interstate

Rate Per Minute

Monthly
Minimum
Monthly
Fees
Bill Increments
Billing Method

No

monthly

minimum

$8.32/mo

None

Mail,
Online

ITP offers 2 months free with any plan, includes a phone adapter with purchase, and doesn't require a contract or enforce a cancellation fee.

   

0 ¢

No

monthly

minimum

$8.47/mo

None

Mail,
Online

ViaTalk offers no contracts, 60 free international minutes, and a free second line.

   

0 ¢

No

monthly

minimum

$5.38/mo.

None

Mail,
Online

VoIPo offers unlimited calls in the US and Canada, over 40 features, and 60 free international minutes.

 

0 ¢

No

monthly

minimum

$6.99/mo

None

Mail,
Online

Phone.com offers a service plan with no long-term contract, voicemail transcription, and mobile VoIP support.

0 ¢

No

monthly

minimum

$4.99/mo

None

Mail,
Online

Phone Power offers a free 2nd line, free equipment, and 60 free international minutes.

 
RBOC = Regional Bell Operating Companies. You are a Regional Bell customer if you subscribe to SBC Communications (Pacific Bell, Nevada Bell, Ameritech, SW Bell), BellSouth, Qwest (former USWest areas), Southern New England Telephone (SNET), or parts of Verizon (areas formerly served by Bell Atlantic, NYNEX, NJ Bell). If you are a local Verizon customer who resides in an area formerly served by GTE, CONTEL (Continental Telephone) or one of several other small/rural local phone companies, you are NOT in an RBOC area. All RBOC territories reside in areas that were once part of the "Bell System", until broken up by the U.S. Government in 1984. Carriers can usually offer lower rates in these areas due to lower access fees charged to them by Regional Bells.


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