Google recently included free voice calling capacity to its Hangouts application. The feature empowered users to make voice calls to their friends and other individuals inside the nation at no charge. Anyway in case that you needed to talk with a friend living abroad, you needed to pay for it. Uplifting news, the company has now declared that it won’t charge you for the first minute of an international call. The feature will work in 25 separate nations including India.
“The first 60 seconds is on us what you say is up to you. The first minute of calls to phone numbers in twenty-five different countries is now free with Hangouts,” says Google.
While one-minute may not be sufficient for you to have talkative discussions, it would in any case let you forward a critical however concise message to others. The company will begin charging you for the call when the clock moves past one minute. Thus, you will need to give your credit card details to Google, regardless of the possibility that all you mean to do is make one minute calls.
The feature lives up to expectations over all of Hangouts customers, including the Android application, iOS application, and web version. The nations that are getting the free one-minute call facility incorporate Australia, Belgium, Brazil, Canada, China, Dominican Republic, France, Germany, India, Indonesia, Ireland, Italy, Japan, Mexico, Netherlands, Norway, Peru, Poland, Russia, South Korea, Spain, Sweden, Switzerland, United Kingdom, and United States.
Google will charge you one cent for every minute (around 60 paisa) as you surpass the one-minute free call duration. The company asserts that other leading global call services charge three cents (180 paisa approx) for the same. Skype, then again, charges 1.7 cents for every minute, while likewise offering a few other monthly plans that could decrease the expense.