Have You Already Spokn?

December 27, 2009 | By | 1 Reply More

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The holiday’s isn’t over yet and I’m sure that right from the start of this season, you have been calling your families and friends and checking them out after all these years and wishing them happy holidays.

Like how many among you call your loved ones by phone? Chat via instant messenger like Yahoo, MSN, or AIM? How many of you decided on using a VoIP service like Skype for your calls?

I’ve discussed on this blog numerous times about VoIP services and their advantages, I have also written before that “Skype usernames cannot be changed” which up until now still remains relevant.

This time, in terms of VoIP services, I came across a startup VoIP/Internet telephony provider known as Spokn (pronounced Spoken) which delivers free incoming calls from regular phones, a voice messaging service and call forwarding plus the ability to get a dedicated phone number in the US, UK, Canada and other countries.

Spokn can be used on a variety of mediums such as Windows Desktop, Windows Mobile, Nokia, Blackberry, and SIP devices.

In order to make low cost international calls, you may wish to refer to this call through numbers found here. Your account will then be deducted with each call as long as you have credits.

To make calls on any Spokn ID, simply refer to these access lines here.

Calling rates can be found here.

So, if you want to call me, simply dial an access line, wait for the prompt then dial my Spokn ID which is 3463452. If I’m online, I can simply answer your call otherwise you will be prompted to leave me with a voice message after 15 seconds.


I’d be more than glad if we could talk sometime. If you have questions or inquiries about anything you can find on this blog, call or message me. To know more about this service, watch the video below. Your comments are most welcome.

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