How to Make a Free Call to Bangladesh

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How to Make a Free Call to Bangladesh
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International calls to Bangladesh are often extremely expensive. Luckily, there are three ways to use a computer to make free calls to Bangladesh. Some programs work by connecting your computer to a real telephone number abroad directly from a website while other require you download a free program from their website first. Others connect your computer to another computer abroad which enables free conversations with a mic and speakers after downloading a program.

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Instructions

  1. 1

    Go to a free PC-to-phone calling website such as evaphone.com, freebuzzer,com or go2call.com. There is no download necessary on these websites. Dial the number you'd like to connect to in Bangladesh on the screen. Calls are generally limited to 30 seconds to two minutes in length and a maximum of three international calls per day.

  2. 2

    Go to a PC to phone calling service from a website such as tuitalk.com, or phonegnome.com. Download and then open their program. Place the call as instructed using the international country code for Bangladesh (880) before the phone number you're calling.

  3. 3

    Download a computer-to-computer calling program from a website such as skype.com, messenger.yahoo.com, windowslive.com and have the person you are trying to reach in Bangladesh do the same. This is the most reliable method if both parties have access to a computer with Internet, mic and speakers. Once you have both downloaded and registered the program, search for the other person to add them to your contact list on the program's directory or search box.

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