Vonage Unveils Mobile App for Android Smartphones

Android users with service from AT&T or T-Mobile can make free VoIP calls via Wi-Fi and not use their minutes.

 By VoipPlanet.com Staff | Posted Apr 12, 2010
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"A version of Vonage Mobile has been released for smartphones that run Google's Android OS and have service through AT&T or T-Mobile. This allows users to make phone calls over a Wi-Fi connection and not use their voice minutes," writes Brighthand.com's Ed Hardy.

"This service offers outbound international calling over Wi-Fi and cellular networks as well as domestic calls over Wi-Fi. Calls within the U.S. are free, but this service charges for calling outside of the country, and international calls made over a cellular connection use voice minutes as well," Hardy writes.

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Vonage VoIP App Released for Android OS Smartphones on AT&T and T-Mobile

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