I’ve used Skype several times to make phone calls outside of the US – I called Sierra Leone and Trinidad today. However, Yahoo has launched a competing service that is even less expensive than Skype.
CNN Money writes The world’s largest Internet media company said it plans to charge one cent per minute to Yahoo Messenger users calling the United States from, say, Russia, or anywhere else in the world and 2 cents a minute to call 30 other countries including Australia, China, France, Germany, Italy, Japan and Korea.
In all the Yahoo Messenger phone-calling service will be available in 180 countries, according to Terrell Karlsten, a spokeswoman for the Sunnyvale, Calif.-based company. Details were due to be available shortly at http://voice.yahoo.com/.
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