Betamax New Voip Service Offers Cheap call rates to India

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Betamax has once again launched a new VoIP service and add more variety to your current offer VOIP. The good part of this new VOIP service ActionVOIP is, of course, the best and cheapest calling rates to India.

India was offered by some VoIP service at about 1.39-1.70 cents per minute for VoIP providers range as nymgo and Mediaringtalk. As already predicted that this would lead to more competitive pricing for India and Betamax has again below the prices at a depth 07 cents per minute. This means the first time, calling to India is cheaper than 1 cent per minute and that means you can call to India in about 35 countries per minute, this is cheaper than a local call in India lol. Now you know you are being treated as a slumdog in India by the telecommunications companies and mobile operators in India as Vodafone, Bharati who charge anywhere between 35paise RS-1 for calls within India. WOW ISD and international calls from outside India are charged at 35 cents a lot cheaper than local calls.

However, 0.7 cents per minute is damn cheap and hats off Betamax to offer at that price. We expect most popular VOIP providers like localphone, nymgo begin offering these prices very soon. This will not only eradicate the poor quality offered by operators of horrible quality of VOIP calls, but we would have more choice and quality at great prices.

You can start using ActionVOIP downloading your SIP softphone or you can use with ActionVOIP.

ActionVOIP SIP Settings:

SIP port : 5060
Registrar :
Proxy server :
Outbound proxy server : leave empty
Account name : your Actionvoip username
Password : your Actionvoip password
Display name/number : your Actionvoip username or voipnumber
Stunserver (option) :
You can also use Actionvoip from local access number in your country, but currently the local access number dialing facility is available in some countries, most European countries only.

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