1.6 out of 5 stars 1.6 (28 votes)


Windows 2000/Vista/XP / Freeware / 3,071 downloads

iCall lets you make free phone calls to land lines in the USA and Canada. You'll need a headset, microphone and an Internet connection - that's it. Everyone should have voicemail and we give it to you. Competitors charge you for voicemail...at iCall it's always free.

Reviews of iCall

  1. 5 out of 5 stars

    Reviewing (Aug 7, 2008)

    Program works great for me, I think these other guys bought a 2$ mic from big lots.

  2. 3 out of 5 stars
    some guy

    Reviewing (Jul 31, 2008)

    ok you get nagware and poor quality audio unless you go to pro .
    If you cant afford a phone and need to dial out this will work for you.
    and I was able to call my cell phone.

    note: during set up gave me cannot connect to server please check fire wall. After you apply for account exit program and start again.

    to the guy below
    and Gizmo phone calls cost money
    this is free...

  3. 3 out of 5 stars

    Reviewing (Jul 31, 2008)

    Update: Some Guy - yes that's true Gizmo does cost a little bit of money - unless of course you're lucky enough to have a GrandCentral account, which I do - so all my Gizmo calls are actually free. PLUS, since they provide the sip settings, I can use my own softphone, INCLUDING the windows mobile 6 one. icall does appear to have a iPhone client, but no widows mobile cient.
    Hey - if they'd provide the darn SIP settings I'd be mor than happy to give this a 5 - but until then only a 3 as you're restricted too much.

    Guess is kinda neat - this *is* a way to kind of get free phone calls - but you have to use their access numbers then dial an extension - that sucks!
    Plus, you're stuck with the icall client. Now if you could get the sip settings and use yer own softphone that would be nice (anyone know them?)
    In the meantime - I'll stick with Gizmo.

  4. 1 out of 5 stars

    Reviewing (Jul 31, 2008)

    I installed it and immediately uninstalled it. There in lies the problem, it leaves it's footprint everywhere. Run regedit and search for icall. Manually removal of leftovers from Windows Folder required.

    If you do try it be sure to create a restore point first.

  5. 2 out of 5 stars

    Reviewing (Jul 31, 2008)

    Eh. Sound quality isn't so hot. Somewhat irritating and annoying Buy The Pro Version ads.

    Installed okay. Removed okay.

    Yay Skype.

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