Telbo Unlimited VOIP Service by Betamax

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We recently discussed about actionvoip, one of the cheapest VOIP Providers available however Betamax has just launched a new VOIP service called Telbo. Although, it seems that this service is by Dellmont Sarl. There is clearly a connection between Betamax and Dellmont Sarl. After a lot of bad publicity about the betamax brand, Betamax could be trying to rebrand themselves under the new name.

Lets leave that apart for now and look at what Telbo can offer. Telbo is mainly a unlimited VOIP service as they claim to offer unlimited calls from $1.00 onwards.

Telbo offers 2 packages,

1) Unlimited US & Canada: Unlimited calls to landlines and cell phones in the US and Canada for $1 per month. You can also call Guam and Puerto rico. The 3 and 12 months subscriptions also include a little credit so you can reach people outside of your subscription.

2) Unlimited World package: Unlimited calls to landlines in 36 countries worldwide. This does not include countries like India or Pakistan. Again, 3 and 12 month subscriptions plans are available.

You can always use Telbo to make calls at extremely competitive calling rates. Telbo charges 2 cents per minute to India.

As usual, Telbo comes with a FUP (Fair Usage Policy). We analysed some important points:

a) Calls to phones and mobiles are included in your subscription subject to a fair usage limit of 10,000 minutes per user per month, with a maximum of 6 hours per day.
b)no more than 50 different numbers in total can be called per day.
c) Once these limits are exceeded Telbo will charge normal rates and a connection fee for any additional minutes used.

10000 minutes per month in our opinion is a fair plan, which comes to more than 300 minutes per day.

How to use Telbo:
You can make calls using various methods such as Local access numbers, Phone to Phone. Unfortunately, Telbo doesn't offer SIP based VOIP service as their website doesn't provide any instruction to use SIP. however, if you ping it does give a response, so this could be working?

All we can say is $1 for 10000 minutes to USA/Canada is a good deal. $5.95 to 36 countries is definitely a good deal. The choice is yours.

If you are using Telbo VOIP service, do let everyone know your feedback and comments on Telbo.

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