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Free Voice Calls From Facebook Messenger App "A Facebook Update In Real Life"

Facebook Messenger  App transmits calls using your phone's broadband connection (3G, 4G or Wi-Fi)and it takes megabytes from your data plan instead of your monthly allotted voice minutes from your cellular carrier.

 It won't be the way of normal call, but show up as a push notification and you can only connect with a conversation partner who also has Messenger installed on their iPhone.

The VoIP features in the Web version of Facebook+ were built using Skype's+ technologies, while the calling technology+ in Messenger+ is all Facebook.

There's no way to ring up a Facebook friend+ who is logged in through the website, and there isn't any way to place a call to a ten-digit phone number. Calling is still absent from the Android and BlackBerry versions of the Messenger app+. 

Unlike Google Voice and Skype, Facebook is 100% platform neutral. Facebook doesn't care if you use its app on an iPhone, Android, Windows Phone, BlackBerry or Ubuntu.

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