Get the WePhone app for cheap phone calls and international calling

By: Costea Lestoc
2 minute read

With the WePhone app installed on your Windows Phone or Windows PC, you will be able to make and receive international phone calls with crystal-clear sound quality at the lowest possible rates.

WePhone features

The app features a phone call recording capability and a caller ID display which means that the receiver will get to see your phone number.

The app is extremely easy to use and works flawlessly. If you compare it to Skype, it’s 30% cheaper and you only have to pay $0.2 USD for call credits that even work for international calls. Another great thing is that the app is ad free!

Check out some call prices below to make yourself an idea:

  • United States: $0.01/min
  • China: $0.018/min
  • India: $0.0185/min
  • Kuwait: $0.061/min

You can get trial phone calls with gift credits to make cheap calls. There are no hidden costs involved and you don’t have to pay any connection fee. There is no expiration date for the call credits, either. You’ll also have the chance to switch to a Premium Line for the best voice quality possible.

You can make calls over WIFI/4G/3G/GPRS and there are no roaming costs even when calling from abroad, meaning you can call from anywhere at the same rates!

Recommended system requirements

The app works best on Windows 10 and Windows 10 Mobile and you need at least 13.83 MB free to install it.

User experiences

According to most users, the app is straightforward and everything seems to work just as advertised. The app is also very easy to install, regardless of browser updates.

If you’re tired of malfunctioning dial pads or apps that require having an existing carrier phone line to activate, WePhone might just be your best choice. You can get it for free from the Windows Store.

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