Dumb Question - are wifi calls free?

Discussion in 'Android General Discussions' started by The Professor, Nov 17, 2009.

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    As the title says, are they? Head's a little fuzzy.
     
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    Describe a "wi-fi call"!

    Any phone call you make will be charged from your minutes (except unlimited nights & weekends).
     
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    Do you use Skype or some form of VOIP app? This would work and use your unlimited data plan to make the call.
     
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    Are you talking about Google Voice(which is not wifi, i've just seen a lot of people who seem to think it is) or actually making calls w/ a voip app like sipdroid?
     
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    No i was thinking of how tmobile would allow you to make calls in a wifi zone and they not count towards your monthly minutes.
     
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    Still uses your minutes.
     
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    There's no such feature with Verizon, unless you're using Skype or VoIP like previously mentioned.
     
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