United Online, Inc., a leading provider of consumer Internet subscription services, has launched NetZero Voice, a Voice-over-Internet Protocol (VoIP) phone service that provides local and long distance calling over dial-up and broadband Internet connections. With a free computer-to-computer calling plan and the limited time offer of three months free* on its pay plans, NetZero Voice brings free domestic long distance calling to consumers just in time for the holiday season.
The NetZero Voice Internet phone service works with virtually any ISP service, dial-up or broadband, and allows the huge universe of global dialup users, including the estimated 45 million U.S. users, the opportunity to finally enjoy Internet phone calling, which has previously been available predominantly for broadband. There are five value-priced NetZero Voice calling plans ranging from free to $14.95 per month. To sign up for a pay service a U.S. billing address is required. The first three months for NetZero Voice pay plans are free for a limited time.