Google Now Offering First Minute Free Calling to 25 Countries For the Rest of the Year

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  • 28 Oct 2014
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  • Usually when one makes a call to a country abroad via Google Hangouts there’s a payment involved, but Google wants to make that cheaper for the rest of 2014. So, for example if you want to talk for a person very fast and the person is in another country, you’re in luck.

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    Google will be offering a free first minute of calling to 25 countries for the rest of the year. After the first minute you will be charged the usual fee, obviously. You can call as many different times as you like, so there’s no problem with calling 20 first minutes for a total of 20 minutes for example. Once again, this only works for 25 countries and they’re listed below:

    Australia
    Belgium
    Brazil
    Canada
    China
    Dominican Republic
    France
    Germany
    India
    Indonesia
    Ireland
    Italy
    Japan
    Mexico
    Netherlands
    Norway
    Peru
    Poland
    Russia
    South Korea
    Spain
    Sweden
    Switzerland
    United Kingdom
    United States

    You will have to add Google calling credit to your account before being eligible for free calling, so then Google can charge in case you get past the first minute by mistake. Google may also reserve the right to stop your free calling, if they feel you’re abusing it, so don’t go making 100 one minute calls a day.

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