India and United States of America are the most important countries in the world for various sectors. Both countries have good ties with each other in various sectors like Information Technology (IT), BPO, Software and others. Most of American companies have provided toll free number starting with 1800 for customer care. Almost these customer care/service numbers are located in India with Indian manpower fluent in English. Sometime it happened with Indian customers of US based companies; they have to pay ISD charges for toll free numbers which are actually located in India. So, what is the solution to make free call from India for Toll Free Number of US starting with 1800 or 800? In this article, we have provided the best tips and guide on How to Call US Toll Free Number from India.
Your solution is Skype! Yes you have heard right, Skype is the best solution to make free calls from India to toll free number which is based in the United States (USA). Generally, most of toll free numbers starts from 1800 are based in the United States. You have to just download Skype for computer/PC/Laptop to make free calls from India to the United States.
If you have smartphone of Samsung, Nokia, iPhone, iPad, Sony with operating system like Android, iOS, Windows Phone then download Skype for mobile to make thing easier. Skype for Mobile will enable you to make free call to toll free numbers from your mobile phone to the United States from India.
Please note that you can’t call any other number without any charge. You have to buy credits of Skype online to make further calls from your software. Skype is the market leader in VOIP and quality of sound is too much good. They provide 5 star rated service and quality calls globally. Skype supports most of the countries in the world for calling feature. So, Skype is better way to make free calls to toll free numbers from India to United States.
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Article last re-published on May 2, 2015.