Do You Want to Call Bangladesh for Free?

There once was a time when the cheapest way to make international calls was by buying a calling call. These were generally prepaid cards you could purchase from shops and vending machines all over the world. Topping them up was difficult when it was even possible to do so and there were often hidden costs and charges. As well as that, you were also limited by the amount of credit you had on the card.

The world is a very different place today – it’s much more common to live abroad, and international calls are vital for work purposes or for keeping in touch with family and friends. And the internet has made this all possible!

 

You Can Call Bangladesh for Free!

VoIP (Voice over Internet Protocol) lets you call other people for free. Rather than using a landline, you can download an app to your smartphone or PC that allows you to send messages and video calls to other users. This is rapidly becoming the standard way of calling – it’s cheaper, faster and more reliable. You can chat on the go or even send pictures, documents and video-clips wherever you are.

But there are a huge number of different services offering VoIP calls. Even though it’s all done over the internet, each service offers something a bit different. With so many on the market, making a decision as to which one you want to use can be really difficult.

 

Why Talk When You Can ChilliTalk?

ChilliTalk is an app you can use on almost any device. Like Skype and Viber, it lets you make free calls, send instant messages, and keep in touch with your loved ones. All you have to do it sign up and download the app.

Then, with an internet or even using your local data plan, you can get chatting to other ChilliTalk users and make free calls to Bangladesh.

The ChilliTalk app also allows you to make international calls to landlines and standard mobiles. The feature on our app lets you check the latest rates and offers, then switch to your ChilliTalk credit quickly and easily.

So, for the best free calls to Bangladesh, it has to be ChilliTalk!