We can already post pictures and upload video to Twitter, so enabling voice chatting service seems like the next logical step. The question remains though, would you make phone calls or chat over Twitter?
What better excuse do you need to pick up the phone and call a long lost lover or friend when Jajah is offering one hour of free talk time on Christmas?! Between December 24 (12 am GMT) through December 25 (12 am GMT), Jajah is offering one hour of free international calls through their new service called Jajah Direct. You can use Jajah Direct on any phone and it lets you call internationally by dialing a local number. For more info on Jajah Direct, check out the video below!
If you're hooked on using Jajah, a VOIP service that gives you lower long-distance rates, you can now get easy access to it directly from your iPhone. When you point your Safari browser to iphone.jajah.com, you can type in the number you want to call or select the name in your Jajah contacts. Jajah will then call your phone, you pick up, and then you will be connected to the desired international number.
What's great is the fact that you can call any phone anywhere in the world without needing an international calling plan. Registration is free and there is no software to install or contract to worry about!
I've saved hundreds of dollars using the long distance VoIP service Jajah to call friends in the UK and Africa. But, even as great as Jajah is, there are oftentimes when I'm away from my computer to make calls via my cell or can't decide on times for scheduled calls. Luckily, Jajah has introduced Jajh Mobile so you can make calls without logging onto a computer. To get started go to mobile.jajah.com on your cell phone and type in your username and password. Enter a number, answer your phone and immediately start chatting! If you don't have a web-enabled phone, Jajah has created a mobile plugin so you can take Jajah everywhere. To download, click here.
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