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Vonage Unlimited calls to India Package

Now every other telecom provider and Voip provider in USA is offering so much low rate calls to India. Calling India from USA is proving to be cheaper deal than calling India to India.

A lot many voip providers are now offering unlimited calling packages to India. Vonage, a well know voip provider in USA has also started offering unlimited calls to India package. Thanks to our regular reader "evilbrick1414" for informing about this plan.

Vonage is offering a world package in just $24.99/month, in this plan you can make unlimited free calls to about 60 countries. The best part India is included in these 60 countries list. Let me put forward the free country list here itself.

Andorra, Argentina, Australia, Austria, Bahamas*, Bahrain, Belgium, Brazil, Brunei*, Bulgaria, Canada*, Chile, China*, Colombia, Croatia, Cyprus, Czech Republic, Denmark, Dominican Republic, Estonia, Finland, France, Georgia, Germany, Greece, Guadeloupe, Guam*, Hong Kong*, Hungary, Iceland, India*, Iraq, Ireland, Israel, Italy, Japan, Jordan, Kenya, Latvia, Luxembourg, Macedonia, Macau*, Malaysia*, Malta, Mexico, Monaco, Netherlands, New Zealand, Norway, Peru, Poland, Portugal, Puerto Rico*, Romania, Russia, Saipan*, San Marino*, Singapore*, Slovakia, Slovenia, South Africa, South Korea, Spain, Sweden, Switzerland, Taiwan, Thailand*, Turkey, United Kingdom, United States*, U.S. Virgin Islands*, Venezuela, Zambia

Actually Vonage is offering many other unlimited/limited calling offers. Just find the right deal for you on vonage.com

One of another good features about Vonage is that it is offering 30 days money back Guarantee.

Other features-:
Keep Your Existing Phone Number
No access codes , pin codes, calling card
No Setup Fee, Equipment or shipping Fee (with one year agreement)

You first need to confirm about the long term contract (One year I guess, and other terms and conditions).

Well the offer is nice, it is good for all those you makes a lot of phone calls to India. The plan is also good for small business. But if you not usually spending $25 in making phone calls, then this Vonage plan aint for you. You should try other voip providers like ActionVoip, Nymgo, AirtelCallhome, Mediaringtalk etc.

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Anonymous
August 30, 2009 at 9:57 AM

Madhur is a copier....... LOL

August 30, 2009 at 10:08 AM

Its so funny. Lol.

Firstly why do you post Anonymously. Are you so much scared to reveal your identity.

Well, the offer has been posted on large number of blogs, websites (you want me to name a few ?).

I came to know about the offer from one of the comments on my other blogpost ( I guess I thanked that reader).

Hey, why am I answering to you. These comments make no difference to me.

Madhur

Ravi
August 30, 2009 at 6:31 PM

Hey Anonymous
Why do you criticise someone who is reaching out to the people and saving them hundreds of dollars on calls. if you cant work towards public help you dont have any right of criticising someones work.

dont note this king of comments Madhur keep up what you are doing and has been doing, I appreciate your job

August 30, 2009 at 7:59 PM

Good Work Madhur.. You are really doing a good job.

Bless you Buddy

September 4, 2009 at 8:45 AM

Dear Anony,
I came to know about this offer from this blog...So if Madhur is not copying/posting/or whatever I can not reach to this news..So please dont discourage any good deeds..

Rajendra
October 23, 2009 at 4:00 AM

There is no such thing as unlimited. You Indian dudes do not read the Terms of Service...i.e. contract.

Most Americans do not have a daily need to call the countries on the list.

So called unlimited plans do exist for domestic. But, as the original poster stated at the end, you need to determine whether you actually spend the same amount of money already on making phone calls before taking on a so called unlimited plan at a recurring charge.

These plans are meant for residential use. If you are small business who takes on the 24.99 plan and Vonage discovers that your use is inconsistent with residential use, they will ask you to upgrade, i.e., spend more money on a business plan.

As for India to India calls, your per minute rates are very cheap. Do not let these so called "unlimited" plans deceive you unless you are a loser and have nothing better to do in life than make phone calls.

We Americans have spent a few trillion dollars over the several decades investing in our telecommunications infrastructure so that we could lower our costs. You Indians do not get that concept ...you want lower costs but do not want to spend your taxpayer dollars on infrastructure. In other words, it was not cheap for us Americans...we spent the money while the rest of the world gets technology for free from us.

November 15, 2009 at 12:09 PM

To Rajendra,

First of all you are one of those bloody indians who consider them self as americans just because you were born here!!!

2nd India do have the infrastructure needed for having these calls but the laws in India does not allow to VOIP to interfere with the regular PSTN lines.

3rd America didn't invent VOIP. VOIP technology is out since decades so stop claiming that Americans spent the money to invent the technology.

4th and last Get a life!!!

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January 18, 2010 at 6:02 AM

guys this is all cheating!!!
Its not unlimited calls...It just 2000 minutes...I have opted to go with Vonage because they said its going to be unlimited..but now my account has been suspsneded and as I have used more than 200 minutes..so they are CHEATERS..!!!

Dont go with this..

February 16, 2010 at 3:24 PM

I’m just share my views from top to bottom as I see them.
I feel this is a good simply because its consistent with how the user is used to seeing the comment form and filling out information in general. Filling out the name and email wont take me much time, and if you really wanted to go ahead and type the comment first, you can do so, not really that big of a work around.
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Anonymous
March 28, 2010 at 5:01 AM

Is the Vonage Unlimited advertisement real Unlimited?
Vonage rep wrote at
https://forums.vonage.com/newreply.php?do=newreply&noquote=1&p=12116
stating where you're getting unlimited from
"...Brightstar The sound quality is good when it passes through our system. We can only guarantee quality to that point. Once it leaves our hands and is in India it is up to the carriers that are handling the location you are calling. The plan is just called the World Plan, not sure where you're getting unlimited from..."

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