“The ever-competitive mobile VoIP market is additionally heating up with Rebtel unveiling a new version (1.1) of its Android application, which brings low-cost international calls to all the users with smartphones running Google’s mobile OS,” writes Dusan on the IntoMobile blog.
“However, unlike similar solutions (aka Skype), Rebtel doesn’t require a working data (WiFi) connection. The service works in a ‘callback fashion’ and as a background app (process), making VoIP calls perform in the same manner as regular phone calls. As soon as you start dialing some number, Rebtel’s app jumps from the background suggesting it does the calling to save you some cash,” Dusan writes.
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