Unlimited cellular calling for $9.99 for Cingular and AT&T Wireless customers
Introducing unlimited cellular calling for $9.99/month for Cingular and AT&T Wireless customers, (coming soon for T-Mobile, Verizon, Sprint customers)
Xcelis is now offering a FREE 7 day trial of this service, sign up for your FREE 7 day trial and within 24 to 48 hours, you will be able to make unlimited calls to any number in the United States and Canada from your cellular phone absolutely FREE without using any of your plan minutes.
You can Get a 7 day free trial here
How does it work?
From your mobile phone, place a call to a special designated telephone number for your specific wireless carrier.
You will then hear a dial-tone on your mobile phone.
Dial 1- area code- number of the party you want to call (any number in US or Canada)
Note: International calls are not allowed
Note: The party you are calling does not need to have this service
Your cellular call will be routed over the Internet using VOIP or over the public landline telephone network.
Your call gets connected, and your conversation begins.
NOTE: During the free trial period, all calls will be limited to 15 minutes. International calls are not allowed during the trial period.
Why aren't I charged by my wireless carriers for these calls?
A. In our office there are hundreds of Pantheon products that are connected to Cingular, AT&T, Verizon, Sprint, and T-Mobile. These Pantheon units are also connected to the Internet and to the public telephone landline network. When you place a call using our service you are making a mobile to mobile call, which is free, however our technology allows that call to be routed over the Internet or landline telephone network.
Can someone try it out and let me know?? I dont got a cell phone but if this is good, I might go for one....
Last edited by _=DeltaForce=_; 11-19-2004 at 05:05 PM.
That's a pretty interesting service. It'd be worth it if you have multiple-hour-long conversations just to dial the one extra number to use it. You wouldn't have to use it for short calls, but I can see something like this makin' sense.
I can pretty much guarantee that the cell providers will block this scheme and/or charge you for the calls. Most of them have something in their TOS that says you can't use mobile-mobile minutes for calls to a device that is in a fixed location.
With T-Mobile I can already make all my outgoing calls MTM. Hehe...
and why would I want to pay $9.99/month if I can't call International? and no incoming service. It's just like a calling card nothing else.