22 local access numbers are newly available for those making long-distance calls from the USA. They have been added to KeepCalling database to facilitate calls from Alabama, California, Iowa, Massachusetts, Michigan, Missouri, New york and Texas.
In Alabama, calls through access numbers are now possible from Gadsden. California adds local access numbers for El Monte, Hemet, Murrieta, Napa, Perris, Santa Rosa, Thousand Oaks, Victorville. In Iowa, the Voice Credit service is available from Ames, Dubuque and Waterloo. In Massachusetts, Voice Credit calls can be now made from Framingham and Lawrence, in Michigan from Pontiac and Saginaw, while in the state of Missouri from Chesterfield and Joplin. Newly added areas in New York are Hempstead, White Plains and Yonkers, and New Braunfels in Texas.
The local access numbers are used to make international VoIP calls without using any Internet connection. They can be used both from landlines and mobiles and represent a very affordable method, since you can save money on international calls due to the economical VoIP technology.
Local access numbers make calls affordable if used according to the area where the caller lives, or a nearby city, county, and so on. The activation of new access numbers will most probably boost the use of the service, and increase the international call volume.