From VoipStunt to poivY. Now I start to use SmartVoip.
These three service providers are same compony with different name. And I also think they use same user database.
Because when I try to use same name of VoipStunt on Poivy, it show me that the user name is taken by other people.
They all provide free call to Mainland China on landline and cell when they are just launched. Later, the free cellphone call is taken away. And more later, the China is not free any more. Then I have to switch to another VOIP provider.
So if you have time to go through these three provider. It approves my point.
Voipstunt doesn’t provide free minutes to China.
poivY has free call to China, with Landline only.
SmartVoip does provide free Landline and Mobile to China.
SmartVoip has a little bit difference from the others.
It ask for EUO$15 to top up the credit instead of EUO$10.

SmartVoip also said no expire date for Credit right now, based on the FAQ.

How long does my credit last for calls?
The credit you have purchased will NOT expire.

I does not see how many days left for freedays. There is “Freedays remaining” field in poivY user account page.
The only thing I am not sure is what in the desktop client software.
It shown:

You have 88 freedays left. After this period, normal rate will be applied.

The rule of using SmartVoip is, after top up the account with 15 euros, I have 90 freedays, during this period I can call the free countries for free. After this period, my 15 euros still there, then the normal rate is applied. Then when my 15 euros credit is used up. I can top up it again. The 90 freedays re-start.

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