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Make Low-Cost Phone Calls Worldwide With ‘Viber Out’ on Viber 4.1

Mihir Patkar 12-12-2013

Viber is a fantastic VOIP calling service that lets you make free calls and send free messages to other Viber users. It’s good enough to make it to our best apps lists on Android The Best Android Apps on the Google Play Store for 2019 Looking for the best Android apps for your phone or tablet? Here's our comprehensive list of the best apps for Android. Read More and iOS. And it’s just got even better with Viber 4.1 as it has launched Viber Out, a new feature that allows users to make low-cost calls anywhere in the world, to mobile or landline phones.


Viber Out currently works on Android, iPhone and desktop. It will be coming to Windows Phone in the future. You will need to buy “credits” to make a Viber Out call, which is a simple in-app purchase through the Play Store or App Store, or using a credit card via Viber Desktop. It’s things like these that take Viber 4 to a whole new level Taking Viber For iOS 7 To A Whole New Level The latest version of Viber (4.0) was recently released. But how I wished it looked like this. Read More .

For a 3-minute call from USA to India, it will cost about 14.7 cents. Viber claims this is “significantly lower price-per-call than other competing services”. Currently, Skype Skype - The Best Tool For International Video Conferences & Cheap Phone Calls On the surface, Skype looks like an application for text, audio, and video chats, a great way to stay in touch with a friends. Only that it's more than that. Skype is a Voice over... Read More is the best option to make cheap phone calls, but Viber is taking the fight to it by claiming even cheaper rates. Here’s Viber’s chart that provides a comparison of the two services:


Also, unlike Skype, Viber Out displays your real phone number to the recipient so he or she knows who is calling. Further, Viber on desktop has your phone’s address book so you don’t have to remember numbers or dial them manually.

Speaking of contacts, Viber 4.1 also has a new contact filter to better sort your contacts, which should make it easier to call and message people. Also, the update brings many new free and paid stickers in the Sticker Market, which was first introduced in Viber 4.0 Viber 4.0 For Android & iOS Introduces Push To Talk & Sticker Market Read More .


Viber 4.1 is available to download for iOS, Android and desktop from the official website or the respective app stores.

Source: Viber

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  1. emmanuel leorn
    December 14, 2013 at 3:19 pm

    im in india and this is not cheap.... a normal call to a Mobile without using rate cutter costs rs 0.60 and a normal call to a Landline costs rs 0.90 per minute ..... so its still 40-50% cheaper on your local carrier network than using viber or skype

  2. katie
    December 13, 2013 at 11:48 pm

    The countries on this chart..are these the only countries can viber to? (to landline)

  3. Harry
    December 12, 2013 at 2:47 pm

    Not such a big deal : One can find today world phone services for one cent the minute.

    • Aibek E
      December 13, 2013 at 11:04 am

      any such app for iOS 7?

  4. Kimmo R
    December 12, 2013 at 7:08 am

    Asking for the administrator password for desktop even to thanks!

    • Lazza
      December 12, 2013 at 10:51 am

      Asking a password for installing a program is normal, since it requires to put stuff in system folders. o.O

    • Kimmo R
      December 15, 2013 at 8:52 am

      From Viber FAQ
      Some Guy
      • 12 days ago

      "At this stage Viber can only be installed and used on admin-only
      accounts. This might change in the future, and if there are changes
      we'll let you know." - This makes it practically useless. No person
      should use an admin-only account for everyday pc use, very bad security

      Viber Mod Some Guy
      • 12 days ago

      Thanks for the feedback on that.

      We're looking into this issue these days and we hope to find a solution in future updates.

      We apologize for the temporary inconvenience.