GizmoCall Allows Free Calls Between Any Phone and Computer

SIPphone announces a free service that lets users receive international calls from any phone worldwide. Local numbers, commonly sold for $5 to $30 per month for each number, are now being offered as a free service in over 20 countries. Using free local numbers, mobile and landline phones can directly call any computer for the price of a local call. Users can also receive calls on their mobile or landline phones using call forwarding.

Free local numbers offer significant cost savings over traditional local number services. For example, to setup the same international local numbers with Skype could cost a user $100’s per month. SIPphone now offers local numbers around the world for free. Users can even assign multiple local numbers in multiple countries. See a complete list of countries at

SunRocket, Inc.At, users can assign a local telephone number to any mobile or landline phone worldwide, for free. When a local number is called, the incoming call can either be answered on the user’s computer or from a user's mobile or landline phone when they enable call forwarding.

Assigning Free Local Numbers:
  • Go to and identify a friend or business you would like to talk to.
  • Enter their number and a local number will be assigned to them so they can call you.
  • When the local number is called it can ring either your computer, mobile or landline phone.
Users receive up to 120 minutes per day of free inbound calls from local numbers and up to 240 minutes per week. Users need to purchase Call Out credit to extend calling beyond the free calling limits or to receive forwarded calls. Call forwarding is free to setup. Call forwarding does not require users to be logged in to Gizmo Call. Rates are based on where calls are forwarded to and the type of phone receiving the call. See rates at

Local numbers are available immediately at Gizmo Call supports Windows and Macintosh operating systems and works with Internet Explorer, Firefox, Safari, and Opera browsers. Linux OS support is expected within 14 days. Gizmo Call requires Adobe Flash 9 to be installed on the computer.

Posted on May 23, 2007  Reviews | Share |  Digg
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Thursday, 27 December 2007 02:02
Gizmocall is not free. The website obscures pricing information and the service applies hidden fees. Just another "free" until you use it service.
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