Free call to Bangladesh from Computer to Mobile
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Here is another trick .This trick works as follows. We need to find a service to make free call to USA first. Then we will use different VOIP service provider’s secret Toll Free VOIP USA numbers to make free international calls.
So you have to have some service which can make free call to USA numbers. Don’t Worry We previously posted about how to call USA for free using bobsled. Now this Free call to Bangladesh trick will help you to call Bangladesh for free from PC to Mobile. You can call unlimited per day but it has a catch. Sometimes it says “Call lines are busy now”. I have tried dialing UK and UAE number but they does not support UK and UAE. Then I tried a Bangladeshi number and luck! I can call now to any Bangladeshi numbers freely. Any BD mobile numbers are allowed. There is another catch you need to wait sometimes in the line. But not bad . You can call free of cost.
Now in the Window of Bobsled dial this number +12064241330
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After you dial this number on bobsled window , Your call will be connected and ask you to type password/pin. The password is 8989 for +12064241330 . So you have to press 8989# then it will ask you to dial Destination number. Enter the number you want to call in international form i.e. 0088017XXXXXXXX . Wait sometimes and your call will be connected. Hope you have enjoyed this trick. If you find another working number then it will have another pin. Find your pin from http://freecallpin.com/.
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