Do you have wi-fi connection? Would you like to make a free calls via your wi-fi connection? Not getting what I am talking about?Well,we have found one cool site(Talktone) that could help you to make a free calls vi your wi-fi connection.Apart from making a free calls you can also send text messages (and can share your real time location as well).
It means that now using this site (Talktone) you can make a free calls, text messages and real-time location sharing on your iPhone, iPod Touch and iPad via 3G or WiFi connection.
In other words, Talkatone is mobile phone apps which work via data connection. So now you don’t have to spend your minutes, don’t pay for roaming, keep your number with you wherever you are and communicate with your friends as soon as you get connected.
Talkatone uses Google Talk and Google Voice services and bridges the gap between instant messaging on your computer and regular cellular calls on your mobile device. Wherever you can find data connection you can make a call or send a text message.
Easy To Use:
For using this site you need to have Google Voice Account and setup Google services.After you activate Google Voice and set it up it will work across the globe if local regulations and networks there allow it.
It means that Talkatone doesn’t require a special account. So make sure that you use your existing GMail (or your Google Apps) email address for user name and the correct password for that account.
Best Part Is:
Talkatone can also receive incoming calls on your Google Voice number. The call rings on your Apple device, you pick it up and talk as you would talk using any other Google Voice compatible applications.
Receive incoming calls on your Google Voice number
To set this up you need to login to your Google Voice account at http://voice.google.com and go to Settings -> Voice Settings (in top right corner).
But be aware of international data roaming charges! Emailing 1 photo is ~$50, 1 minute of Talkatone call easily could cost you $5-10 on 3G data roaming! So if possible, get a SIM card from a local provider with reasonable prices or use WiFi.
Your Google username/password are stored on your iOS device and transmitted directly to Google over TLSv1-secured ecrypted connection (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Transport_Layer_Security).
In one word ,useful.