Talkatone is an application specifically designed to enable its users to send and receive free voice calls and messages. The application allows you to even make calls to bad reception areas. One the great features of the application is the ability to make calls and send messages to none users. With this application, you can send pictures to other users for free. Mobile devices compatible with this application includes iPhone (3GS, 4, 4S, 5), Android: 2.2 (2.3+ is required for BlueTooth and speakerphone), armv7 or x86 CPU, iPad (2, 3rd Generation, 4th Generation, Mini) and iPod Touch (3rd Gen, 4th Gen, 5th Gen).


Download And Registration

To download Talkatone, kindly follow the steps below;

  1. Navigate to Google play store or app store
  2. Search for “Talkatone”
  3. After seeing it, install it on your mobile device.
  4. Launch the application
  5. Register with your email address or a mobile number where you can receive verification email or text
  6. Confirm the account by clicking on the link you will be sent in your email.
  7. Choose a Talkatone number (Be reminded that its only US and Canadian that can use it for now)
  8. You may begin to call, text and share pictures.

You may watch the video on how to register via this link


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Free Calls (inbound and outbound)

Talkatone allows you to make both inbound and outbound calls for free. However, you will be charged 1 cent per minute when you make outbound calls to Talkatone users. This means that its free when you call Talkatone users.


How Talkatone Works

The major functionality of Talkatone is free call and SMS to any US or Canadian number. This is built on the functionality of Google Voice. First, you are required to acquire a Google Voice number. This is free anyway! This will in turn becomes your Talkatone number. Your Calls and Texts from the Talkatone app will display this Google Voice number as caller and when people dial your Google Voice number, you have the opportunity of choosing either to receive the call as a regular mobile phone call (which uses cell minutes) or through the Talkatone application. Talkatone allows calls or text on Wi-Fi and 4G. It is also possible to make calls and send SMS to other Talkatone user without a Google account. You can as well import your Facebook contacts through Facebook messenger without possessing  a Google Account.


Charges And Freebies

As explained earlier, you will be charged 1 cent per minute for your outbound calls. Also, if your account is not active in 30 days, you will be charged 20 cents to keep your account active or it will be closed down. This is because Talkatone has to pay for your account.

Once you register your account, you will be credited with 10 minutes of outbound calls per month. To earn more, simply link your Facebook account to the Talkatone profile and verify your mobile number. Ensure you keep your account active as well, make calls and send texts.



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    Ice-cream machines labelled “scientific equipment” were shipped off to Thailand by a Hells Angels bikie as part of an elaborate investment scam, police allege.

    Vadim Victor Volkov, a 37-year-old alleged patched member of the Hells Angels, was charged with money laundering on Monday while an arrest warrant has been issued for his 62-year-old alleged accomplice.

    Detectives, who have spent eight months investigating the pair, say they are responsible for a complex scam where they passed themselves off as Russian scientists to land investments.

    They will allege the two men claimed to be owners of a graphene battery technology, GraphenEra, and in May 2016 “dishonestly advertised investment opportunities to an ASX-listed company based in Brisbane”.

    The Brisbane company, LWP Technologies, subsequently entered into a failed joint venture with the men, paid $566,450 and issued 30 million shares to finance production of graphene batteries.

    Detective Acting Superintendent Vince Byrnes said police believed the money was not invested as promised and was used for the pair’s “personal benefit”.

    “In September 2016, the former board of the investor company terminated the joint venture; however, their attempts to have their capital returned were ignored by the offenders, resulting in financial loss to shareholders, including those who bought shares following public announcements of the joint venture,” he said.

    Mr Volkov shipped ice-cream machines labelled as scientific laboratory equipment to a facility in Thailand, where the batteries were to be produced, though none were, he alleged.

    The pair are accused of faking scientific qualifications to former board members and pretending to have “relationships with Russia-based scientists and Australia-based scientific institutions”.

    Detective Byrnes said the investigation confirmed that despite knowing that the graphene technology could not be produced, the men continued marketing it in order to secure investments.

    “This highlights that it is important to stay in control of your investment transactions and seek a second opinion prior to committing to an investment.”

    Mr Volkov has been arrested and charged with one money laundering offence and two fraud offences (dishonestly cause detriment and dishonestly induce delivery of $60,050) and was expected to appear in Southport Magistrate on October 3.

    An arrest warrant is in the process of being issued for the 62-year-old for the same charges.

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