As we previously reported, Jajah is a VoIP service that requires you to enter your phone number and the phone number of the person youâ€™d like to call on your computer, and then you both get a call, connecting you. The company has now extended their 5 minutes of free calling to unlimited calling to both land line and mobile phones around the world.
There is a slight catch though. JaJahâ€™s Free Global Calling Plan applies only when both call participants are registered JAJAH users. But hey, if you can make free calls to friends, family, etc. why not have them register? The company is also depending on its users adhering to a â€œfair useâ€ policy, which simply asks that they keep their calls within a reasonable amount of minutes. This ‘fair use’ will be monitoring the number of minutes each registered user uses per day â€œto assure that no single person damages the overall service.â€ This seems fishy to me, essentially offering the company a loop hole to end the program and charge you instead.