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Rebtel Unveils Free Unlimited International Calling

The Swedish VoIP provider Rebtel has introduced free unlimited app to app rebel calling to over 50 countries world wide including the United states without a WiFi connection, it therefore an internet free international calling.

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As you know when it’s a usual international calling, it normally cost a lot of money on a monthly basis, but its a lot different with Rebtel which is more cheaper as of now.

Rebtel app uses WiFi or data connection when calling an app to app.

After that it will link up through local phone lines without using up data or WiFi, thus enabling its users to make free international calls.

Like I said, Rebel Calling service is completely free for over 50 countries world wide including the United States and later in 2017, it will cost $1 per month.

If you findout that Rebel calling is not available in your country, you can opt for Rebtel Calling as low as $2 per month and requires an internet connection.

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