QuickCall is proud to be a quality player in the telecom industry, as we offer free and cheap calls and chats to our app users. Here is a breakdown of how we stack up against our biggest competition.
QuickCall versus WhatsApp
WhatsApp only offers app-to-app calling and chat, whereas you can use QuickCall to call landlines or anyone who doesn’t have the app.
WhatsApp only works on WiFi or data plans; QuickCall allows US and Canada users to be on minute plans in case they are out of Internet range.
QuickCall versus Skype
QuickCall offers much lower rates across the board for voice calls.
Skype charges a connection fee for each voice call, whereas QuickCall has no hidden fees.
QuickCall has a more integrated user experience—you can chat and speak app-to-app for free, then switch easily to talking to mobile and landlines.
QuickCall offers more frequent promotions such as referral credits, top-up discounts and bonus credits.
QuickCall versus Rebtel
QuickCall offers lower rates across the board on per-minute prices.
QuickCall offers free chatting, which Rebtel has discontinued.
Rebtel gives one year of free app-to-app calling, whereas ours is unlimited.
QuickCall’s service updates your rates to the newest ones, however Rebtel’s customers get locked into the per-minute prices that existed over time. Old Rebtel customers are paying more for their calls than newer ones.
QuickCall versus Boss Revolution
QuickCall is available for download in 31 countries, whereas Boss Revolution is available only in the US and Canada.
Boss Revolution only offers a calling feature, whereas QuickCall has chat as well.
Prices are pretty similar, however, QuickCall does offer lower rates to certain places.