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Unlimited‡ calls to UK landlines
Cheap international rates for calls to landlines and mobiles outside V-Plan UK
Unlimited Vonage-to-Vonage calls
Ship a Vonage phone adapter to friends and family anywhere in the world and eliminate international call charges back to the UK††
Vonage is so convinced that you will love the service, that we offer you a 30-day Money-Back Guarantee.
what i like is you do not need a landline to use VONAGE (saving atleast £12). all you need is broadband. there are variouse options available.
Quidco £35 cash back too.
initial cost...Activation fee £9.99
Equipment £0.00 dependant on adapter selected
Delivery charge £8.99
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#1
The link doesn't work?
#3
Skype is only £4.59 pm to UK landlines and mobile. Cold
#4
to be honest I'm not convinced its a great deal. The £5.99 a month for unlimited UK landline calls has at least a £24 start up cost. this is over and above the monthly cost of your broadband. Seems a tad expensive given that many mobile phone providers offer monthly SIMs around £10 a month for unlimited landline calls with no other costs.

jmpov tho....:)
#5
StevenA2000_uk
to be honest I'm not convinced its a great deal. The £5.99 a month for unlimited UK landline calls has at least a £24 start up cost. this is over and above the monthly cost of your broadband. Seems a tad expensive given that many mobile phone providers offer monthly SIMs around £10 a month for unlimited landline calls with no other costs.

jmpov tho....:)


I have a £10 a month O2 simpicity sim,unlimited landline calls,unlimited texts and 300 anytime/network minutes.
I use my mobile all the time for calls as I'm very hard of hearing so this is a great deal for me.
#6
StevenA2000_uk
to be honest I'm not convinced its a great deal. The £5.99 a month for unlimited UK landline calls has at least a £24 start up cost. this is over and above the monthly cost of your broadband. Seems a tad expensive given that many mobile phone providers offer monthly SIMs around £10 a month for unlimited land line calls with no other costs.jmpov tho....:)
i am no expert on this but as far as i can see there are two charges payable Activation fee £9.99 + Delivery ££8.99 and also there is a cash back available of £35.
mobile would be good for most but this may suite some...remember one do not need landline at all......


Edited By: littel helper on Mar 01, 2011 11:04
1 Like #7
i still just use call18185 as advice from MSE - *

18185 charges 5p per CALL

Specialist override provider 18185 wins again, at just 5p to call a landline, no matter how long you chat (so an hour here is 5p compared to over £3 on normal providers). See the mobiles section above for a more detailed explanation of how it works.

http://www.moneysavingexpert.com/phones/home-phone-calls#halve

usually around £2 a month i pay that including a few mobile calls as well.
#8
instead of vonage look at sipgate.co.uk to get a free incoming landline VOIP geographic number and voipgain.com for "free" 90 days worth of calls if you top up £10.
#9
Ive had this service for 4 months now and to be honest ive found no fault with it, my bills have been 5.99 a month, i make atleast 100 hours of calls and unlike virgin( and perhaps some other phone companies) ya dont have to remember to hang up at 59 mins to receive the call free. The start up is a one off like for most other companies. I certainly dont miss the 50 quid bill from virgin for calls every month lol and the other good thing is you get to choose your number!!
#10
This has been the price for years so cold from me, nothing new, not a deal, it's the normal price.

Regarding the service, I know a lot of friends who use this service to save on international calls to their families back home (those who come from another country).

They basically sign up for the service, get a local number, send the device to their family in the other country (i.e. India, Egypt,..etc) and the family would call them for free.
#11
cancelled last week as they don't support the new landline series 0345 / 0370 yet.
#12
Don't understand the title........as surely a landline is needed for the internet connection !
#13
Skybird
Don't understand the title........as surely a landline is needed for the internet connection !
for example if you with Virgin you could just have broadband and not land line. this service is over Internet connection. i do not know how it would work over ADSL...
#14
I have the early Skype Unlimited Europe package and can call anywhere in Europe for free, totally unlimited to any landlines in the UK and EU.

My package came with a incoming local number, free voice-mail and call waiting, forwarding transfers and conference calling. I can also log my Skype account into my Skype TV and PC and other platforms and make free skype to skype calls, video calls and basically call any land-line in Europe from anywhere in the world over a wifi access point from my mobile phone app for free....

Its perfect for when you go on holiday as I jump on to free wifi points and call back home for free to any land line or skype account, so I dont ever get stung by the rip off hotel tourist rates.

The best bit; I can even lie to the boss and tell him I'm still off sick and in bed, when im on holiday as when he calls my land-line it goes straight to my and home Skype phone and my mobile at the same time. In fact everything on skype rings at the same time, my PC, TV, mobile App and Skype stand alone phone. My boss still only gets the normal local ring tone and is none of the wiser.

I only pay £30 a year all and have continued to pay that since I first signed up all them years ago, they cant increase the costs in line with what they currently offer for the same package unless I modify my package, I'm NEVER going to modify it LOL. Result!!!
#15
I am with VONAGE since last four years. They are giving most of the features free which you have to pay with BT or other Landline.

Another advantage with VONAGE, if you move house, you do not need to given any fee to bring you landline number to new location. Just pick VONAGE device and put it new house.

Now, I am thinking to cancell VONAGE, because dialing 0845 and 0870 number's most often. Vonage are not giving these number's free.
#16
littel helper
Skybird
Don't understand the title........as surely a landline is needed for the internet connection !

for example if you with Virgin you could just have broadband and not land line. this service is over Internet connection. i do not know how it would work over ADSL...


Yeah virgin brings broadband into your home via 75ohm coaxial cable, normally the same cable they use on your Cable TV boxes, or like your TV Ariel cable.

I think they also offer certain customers ADSL broadband over BT telephone lines, but thats to customers that do not have access to cable exchanges or possible just business customers; im not 100% on that.
1 Like #17
Skybird
Don't understand the title........as surely a landline is needed for the internet connection !


Agreed - you can only avoid the landline if you're on cable. I used to use Vonage when I had cable, but when you have to factor in the landline cost (where cable isn't available) there are much cheaper deals out there.
#18
kamranbaig
I am with VONAGE since last four years. They are giving most of the features free which you have to pay with BT or other Landline.

Another advantage with VONAGE, if you move house, you do not need to given any fee to bring you landline number to new location. Just pick VONAGE device and put it new house.

Now, I am thinking to cancell VONAGE, because dialing 0845 and 0870 number's most often. Vonage are not giving these number's free.


I had Vonage when it first came out, if I remember right they palmed me off with a black and orange D-link router that would never hold its settings and left my connection and local network vulnerable to hackers, as it constantly lost its security encryption settings on the WIFI and constant defaulted back to its factory password.

They are rubbish, their customer service is rubbish too.
#19
dandabyron
Skybird
Don't understand the title........as surely a landline is needed for the internet connection !


Agreed - you can only avoid the land line if you're on cable. I used to use Vonage when I had cable, but when you have to factor in the landline cost (where cable isn't available) there are much cheaper deals out there.



Remember you can also use it over mobile networks that you might already have a free usage internet on or wifi; you might even have it as a second phone and plug it up at your work on their internet.

I guess It just depends what type of user you are as to whether its worth while.

But yeah I agree with you... I think its a rubbish deal..

If you are going down the IP phone network route, its best to obviously have a cable (broadband only) package from virgin and to use skype its way more flexible plus theirs allot more cross platform usage.
#20
StevenA2000_uk
to be honest I'm not convinced its a great deal. The £5.99 a month for unlimited UK landline calls has at least a £24 start up cost. this is over and above the monthly cost of your broadband. Seems a tad expensive given that many mobile phone providers offer monthly SIMs around £10 a month for unlimited landline calls with no other costs.

jmpov tho....:)


I couldn't work out if your avatar was a bum or boobs at first glance. Hadn't realised how similar they were lol :D

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