Google, Skype, Voxbone give free VoIP for UN disaster relief

Tuesday 8 May 2012 | 12:40 CET | News
Google, Skype and International VoIP origination services provider Voxbone will together provide free VoIP for United Nations disaster relief. Google has begun routing Google Voice user calls for free to global +888 numbers that Voxbone implemented in 2011 for the UN's exclusive use. Google provides free routing to Google Voice users when they call Voxbone iNum numbers, which can ring VoIP phones anywhere in the world via an international code. Skype also is now routing its customer calls for free to the Voxbone-operated +888 UN numbers. The free routing of Google and Skype calls to

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Categories: Internet / Mobile & Wireless
Companies: Google / Ring / Skype / Voxbone
Countries: World
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