So, how is this possible? Well, all you need are two things: some sort of data connection (either 3G or Wi-Fi), and a bit of patience. In exchange for “bonus points” that allow you to make calls or send texts, you have to listen to sponsor ads. You can also download different useful apps, provided by sponsors, to earn even more bonus points.
New users get 30 points to start with. If you don’t have the patience to sit through ads, you can buy points via IAP. 200 points costs $1.99. 1000 points will set you back $9.99.
Setting up the app takes just a few minutes, and is a relatively painless procedure. This speed of setup offsets the time you will have to spend sitting through sponsored content.
There are some simple perks to using this app that make it feel just as luxurious as making “regular” calls. There is high quality voice, as well as the abilities to use emoticons. If you are still worried about call quality, you can make a free test call to listen for yourself.
The latest version of this app is Version 3.0. The app got a bit of a facelift, and users are allowed to choose from a variety of colors to customize their interface. Speed and stability were also increased. Additionally, CallsFreeCalls users now have the ability to encrypt messages and avoid saving on the server.
Overall, CallsFreeCalls is a solid tool for anyone who want to cut costs without sacrificing the quality of their communications.
CallsFreeCalls requires iOS 5.0 or later. Compatible with iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch. This app is optimized for iPhone 5.