Voice over Internet Protocol, or VoIP, is a technology by which telephone calls are placed over the Internet rather than over the standard Public Switched Telephone Network (PSTN), also known as the land line network.
You use the same dialing format to call someone internationally over a VoIP network that you would from your land line. In some instances you may not have to dial the actual Country Code though. For instructions on how to place your call use our calling codes search.
There are several advantages to using a VoIP service:
Here are some services that we recommend:
VoIP services are offered either on a subscription basis or pay-as-you-go. Most companies offer a bare bones free version or at least a free trial of the service prior to subscribing.