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    connecting two people through VOIP?

    hey guys!
    I need to discuss something. Please let me know if you have any idea on this? Can we connect 2 persons through their mobiles using voip without charging either? Lets say if I have a voip service installed in my computer, can I call 2 persons on their mobiles and make connection between them making one person as caller and other as receiver? The call charge should be mine, in voip, not for their mobiles.

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    For skype:

    http://www.ehow.com/how_5000157_use-...ence-call.html

    I'm would think it is possible for other VOIP. Do a search for

    [name of VOIP] conference call

    Sheng-Chieh

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    For skype:

    http://www.ehow.com/how_5000157_use-...ence-call.html

    I'm would think it is possible for other VOIP. Do a search for

    (name of VOIP) conference call

    Sheng-Chieh

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    ok thanks for the information

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    Yes it is called Conference Calling. I do it all the time...okay not all the time but I've done it many times. I will call friend number 1 and after I connected then I will call friend number 2. The three of us can talk and can hear each other. Take note that you will get charge twice because you are making two calls at the same time.

    Also, your friends mobile minutes will use up unless they got unlimited minutes (like on weekends or off peak hours).

    You need a VoIP provider that support conference calling. Onesuite VoIP does. And you need a softphone with conference calling feature. X-Lite 3 and PortGo have this feature.

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