Jajah or Nonoh? Review the race to the bottom.Wednesday, August 22, 2007
Upstart VoIP service nonoh thinks it can save you more money than its predecessor, jajah. Both are phone-to-phone services, which means you just initiate the call on their website, and the service calls both parties and connects them to each other at lower rates than the regular phone companies. This comes in handy mostly for international calls, especially for those countries in which there is a telecom monopoly with outrageous long distance fees.
Bhagaban points out that the service was developed by Betamax, and that there are some amazing deals to certain countries.
For example, you can make free calls to China, Taiwan, and Thailand. Even South Korea and Turkey made the list of free destinations.
Nonoh bluntly says we offer better rates than Jajah and well they seriously do. Who on earth gives free calls to countries like Brazil, Japan and Malaysia? I have some countries which can't even dream to be in the free VOIP country list. NoNoh has simply cracked the market with this FREE VOIP calling serviceOver at Computerwoche (German) they remind us that nonoh only allows 5 hours of talk time per week, and your credit expires after 120 days.
This 120 day credit expiration limit seems to be a trademark of Betamax, so that you will continue to pay $10 every four months in order to keep making free calls.
Full rates table at http://www.nonoh.net/en/rates.html
Have you tried it? What did you think?