Free calls to Hungary

With tariff Unlimited You can call to Hungary on fixed.

To call on Hungary You have to pass registration and to choose one of tariff plans in whiche there are free minutes for calls to the Hungary:

  • Direction Unlimited
    Hungary 0*
    Hungary T-MOBILE - mobile $0.04
    Hungary TELENOR - mobile $0.04
    Hungary VODAFONE - mobile $0.04
    Hungary, Budapest 0*

    * This direction is free accordingly to specified tariff plan

    To make a call from EU number you need to confirm or buy number in any EU country, set this number in CallerID in «SIP-settings» or «Internal numbers». Also in IP PBX you can make calls from different numbers to different countries (Outgoing calls).

  • Direction Unlimited
    Hungary 0*
    Hungary T-MOBILE - mobile $0.05
    Hungary TELENOR - mobile $0.05
    Hungary VODAFONE - mobile $0.05
    Hungary, Budapest 0*

    * This direction is free accordingly to specified tariff plan


After registration You receive $0.5 or 30 minutes for test calls (depending on the tariff). The other free minutes are activated after account refill.

How does it work?

Tariff is valid for services IP-telephony – calls via the Internet. Service is avaliable in any place of the world, You can use it on PC, IP-phone, mobile phone.

To make calls You can use:

Besides all, with the help of Internet-telephone from Zadarma project You get:

  • unlimited calls to 100 countries of the world
  • free direct Russian phone number
  • free communication inside network, and also on some other directions
  • calls to all countries of the world on the lowest tarrifs
  • access to your number from any point of the world
  • "CallBack"

Note

IP-telephony (VoIP - Voice over IP) - gains more and more popularity in the world. Incredibly low price for a minute of call, Internet using, which is avaliable for everyone. make this service more popular and attractive. Cost lowering and rising speed of Internet channels make possible to use IP-telephony not only for calls abroad but also equate quality of IP telephony to the quality of traditional telephone service.