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Rebtel: Call India $8 per month 1st Month free

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Rebtel is offering India unlimited for just $8 per month. As per their facebook post there is no exception to minutes per month. Not sure how they can sustain.
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http://www.rebtel.com/indiaunlimited
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Last Edited by bhartiben August 11, 2015 at 05:59 AM
This is a great offer, but there are many things you should note
  1. First month is free for new users only
  2. You need to enter your credit card even for free month
  3. If you forget to cancel you will be charged $8 at the end of first month
  4. There is no contract and thus no early termination fee or any such BS
  5. Rebtel is a good company, if you haven't heard of them yet you can rest assured.
  6. There is no limit but if you make calls longer than 3 hours they will start monitoring your usage. (source below)
  7. You should totally get this.

I was talking to the guy who founded CoraVoIP, who happens to be one of Rebtel's popular partner. He told me about the 3 hour thing, but it is not open so it is off the record. Also, chances of Rebtel blocking you are close to none according to him.

If $8 a month is not for you, there is a $10 Bonus coupon for new users at CoraVoip website at http://coravoip.com/ .

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the whole country is only $8? talk about deflation.
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T-Mobile is giving run for their money to all calling card companies.
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How does Rebtel work.. Is it tied up to a single phone # or can i call using any phone by using pin#
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You can register 2 phone numbers. And they will give you local numbers for all the numbers you want to dial the country+access number+ using wi-if or LTE with the app.
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Wow, confusing titles for 2000, Alex? Confused
OP, could you make it 'Rebtel: Call India $8 per month, 1st month free'?
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Keep in mind that when you load money onto your account, your credit card will get charged an international fee. I use my chase freedom card that waives it for free. I got a nice surprise on my other card when I got hit with the fee.
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Keep in mind that when you load money onto your account, your credit card will get charged an international fee. I use my chase freedom card that waives it for free. I got a nice surprise on my other card when I got hit with the fee.
Amex is also another good card to use for stuff like this cause they also wave those fees
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i believe one can subscribe auto renew to keep this deal alive even after it expires. and search for CB sites to make it a MM.
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Amex is also another good card to use for stuff like this cause they also wave those fees
Read Chase freedom T&C. It states Freedom charges 3% transaction fee for FOREIGN TRANSACTIONS!! Doh


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Amex is also another good card to use for stuff like this cause they also wave those fees
Depends on which AMEX. Preffered AMEX with annual fee will waive your Foreign transaction fee.
If you have plain vanilla AMEX - you are screwed. 2.7% foreign transaction fee.

Only DISCOVER IT (Basic no annual fee) card charges no Foreign transaction fee!!
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I thought india was supposed to call us?
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thx op
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How is the call quality?
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call quality is good. I have been using for 2 years now. only thing I hate is that you need to register every number you want to call to get a local number.. if you need to call via landline.

but with the Android or ios app, you can dial India number directly.
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