VoIP using regular phones
My good friend, Bongo Rozenshveig, just called to tell me about a cheap, online long distance service he read about in Newsweek.
It's called JAJAH. The good thing is you use it on your regular phone or your cell phone. And there's no software to download.
You enter your phone # and that of the recipient. Click Call. Your phone will ring and a voice will ask you to hold while your call is connected.
This review says the audio quality is very good.
Update: Bongo successfully called Australia for 2.3 cents (US) per minute (from Toronto). And I called Maureen Sharib successfully. It cost me .0175 cents (US) per minute.