27 June 2006
VOIP startup Jajah said Tuesday that it will now offer free landline calls to over thirty countries around the world, tossing in free calls to mobiles in some countries for good measure.
But don't talk too long, please.
There are three catches: one, both parties must have signed up to the Jajah service, which is free; two, both VOIP accounts that Jajah connects must be actively used, or else the call will be charged a per-minute rate. Finally, the company has implemented a "fair use" policy to encourage customers to limit their talk time.