Free Voip Program Obsessions
Since everyone has by now hopefully convinced you that there is nothing ever for free, you may very well be surprised not to be charged for the free voip program that you need to run the package from your PC. There you go running around saying you got a free voip program at least out of the provider.
And your hunt for more free stuff from the provider just consumes you till you have used up most of your bandwidth usage for the month and have to purchase more, or simply wait till it is reloaded again when you pay the bill. Did you really get a free voip program out of them? No!
When Will You Finally Learn?
How much do you actually need to give them to be able to use their package is a good question? Not too much you think! How much bandwidth did you use while downloading this free voip program? Someone still had to pay for your Internet connection and it was probably you again. See? Convinced again? Oh, and then you forgot that with all this PC usage, you have to pay the electricity bill too if your PC is not running economically either.
And at the end of the day, with all these downloads that you got with your free voip program, how much access have you allowed for spam and all that other junk that keeps popping up in your face and in your email box? You would have to unsubscribe to something that you downloaded, and if you can't find it who knows what it virus it could contain too if your system is not jacked up to date with antivirus packages.
But you will learn at one point or the other. Is the point of you learning that nothing is for free when your PC crashes up or has a bug in it that makes everything you wish to use freeze up on you?
There are some things that can be considered as free, if you ultimately want to think that way, such as a free online voip service that you enquire with to help you get set up faster. That should be about it that is possibly free. This online service has a list of probable most frequently asked questions too that can assist you getting started. So there is no one really to talk to on the other side either, sorry again.
It is definitely a cheaper way of calling from one voip address to another, and yes for international calls it's the way to go to keep the household bills low, so this is the way forward for communications technology.