Free phone line is a free VoIP phone call service offered by a Canadian carrier. It's a media-based soft-phone application that allows you to register a free Canadian phone number and make/receive calls across the country. The company belongs to a Canadian CLEC (Competitive Local Exchange Carrier) called Fibernetics Corporation (more about Fibernetics below).
Basically the system is a desktop based application which you can run on windows or Mac computers. It has some these free features:
* Free Phone Number - available in most cities across Canada
* Free Enhanced Voice-mail
* Call Forward and Follow-Me Service
* 911 emergency call service
You can get a free number from freephoneline.ca in the following cities:
Calgary, Edmonton, Ottawa, Quebec City, Toronto, Vancouver etc...to see the rest list of available cities visit freephoneline.ca/phoneNumber [opens in new window]
It is easy to use and install FPL, following are all what you need:
Then download FPL's soft-phone from its site which looks like this...
1. Register new FPL account by visiting their signup on the main home page
2. Activate your FPL account by clicking on the link sent to your email by FPL.
3. Choose a phone number in your desired Canadian local area...
Example of Top free calling cities in Canada:
Calgary, Edmonton, Toronto, Mississauga, Brampton, Vaughan, Montreal, Laval, Vancouver, Surrey, Burnaby, Ottawa-Gatineau, Quebec, Lévis, Winnipeg, Hamilton, Burlington, London, Kitchener-Waterloo, Cambridge, St. Catharines-Niagara, Niagara Falls, Welland, Halifax, Oshawa, Whitby, Clarington, Victoria, Saskatoon, Regina, Windsor, Tecumseh, LaSalle, Lakeshore, Sherbrooke, St. John's , Barrie etc...
For complete list of free calling cities check freephoneline.ca/cityListing [opens in new window]
4. Install the software
5. Follow the on screen desktop app settling to go through:
You will need a land-line or cell phone if you want to forward incoming calls to your home or mobile phone. To do this login and enter your number on the follow me setting page, it looks like this...
One of the great advantages of FPL is that it allows you to configure the service with your own device. Though the company charges about $50 one time fee. By BYOD it means you can use an ATA or VoIP device such as Cisco SPA122, Grandstream's HT814, Lynskys, Obihai' OBi302, Sipura, etc..
As I said above the Fibernetics corporation is a telecommunications service provider based in Cambridge, Ontario. It is behind FPL, Fongo and also supports and partners with the following group of companies...
* Bud Phone
* Bud Light Phone
* Kokanee Phone
* Dell Voice
* Worldline.ca and
We can say free phone line is today's Dialpad Inc. but with much more features. It gives you free Canadian phone number and voice-mail. Visit free VoIP phone service page to learn why some firms provide free VoIP calls.
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