Free phone calls?

  Miros 00:34 09 Nov 2006

My brother has sent me the following:
click here
He asks if I can see the catch? so far at face value it would seem OK to me.
Has anyone any further knowledge on this outfit please.

  Jak_1 00:39 09 Nov 2006

Nothing is free! There is a catch and it is plain to see. Check the terms, take nothing at face value.

  Miros 00:44 09 Nov 2006

Just had a look at their forum and it would seem that it is FREE to gizmo members only, see.
click here

The piece on their web page that says.
("Call all of your Gizmo friends for FREE on their landline or mobile phones. 60 Countries*")
This is the give away I think!

  Miros 00:45 09 Nov 2006

Morning as you say nothing comes free. :-)

  Jak_1 00:49 09 Nov 2006

Good morning Miros, yep, another scam methinks.

  Miros 01:00 09 Nov 2006

Yes I will click resolved. Thanks Jak ?

  phono 01:01 09 Nov 2006

Check their terms and conditions to see exactly what is required.

  Miros 01:31 09 Nov 2006

Have done that and have given it the thumbs down.

  phono 01:37 09 Nov 2006

Cheers, will steer clear then.

  Miros 01:47 09 Nov 2006

I use this for calls around the world to ordinary landline phones.
click here
You do need a deposit of Ten Euros though which lasts 180 days.

I often phone Australia USA Canada Ireland Spain Germany, and here in the UK of course, apart from my internet charge which is on going anyway and the Ten Euros, it's free!

  Miros 01:49 09 Nov 2006

Think you can get a free trial for a couple of days.

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