Mobility is one of the more obvious drawbacks of calling with VoIP. You are usually stuck to the places with Wi-Fi hotspots. Even if you buy a local data SIM card with 3G/4G on board you may still end up running closer to windows, avoiding countryside and remote beaches and so on looking for a better 3G/4G reception. If you start traveling as if you have no strings attached you will end up with poor quality calls at best but more likely with no calls at all.
The other drawback of VoIP apps is the absence of incoming calls. Come on, why a travelling person can’t receive calls as back home?
Well, the clearest benefit of using Roamer is that the app covers all kind of calls. Whether you opt for a Wi-Fi call or decided to place a regular call in Roamer with a local SIM card, the app provides the smoothest experience without draining your battery.
More than that, as long as you forward your incoming calls to Roamer, you will not be deprived from your valuable and unique communication circle. In fact, your friends and colleagues may not even notice you’ve left, as your caller ID will remain the same. As a backup, use free Roamer Voicemail to e-mail while returning calls at your first convenience.
Roamer provides international calls at a quality that is just as good as roaming, but so much cheaper that you wouldn’t find an alternative if you tried. In addition to that, internet (Wi-Fi) calls in Roamer were made even cheaper to beat any VoIP rates there are. Add Roamer to your home screen as an international dialer and start calling to see the benefits yourself. A savvy move would be to start using your mobile operator for local calls in your country, Skype- and Viber-alike for calls to the contacts you have there and Roamer for international calls from home and abroad.