How to Call Free to Mexico

by Emily MartinezUpdated September 26, 2017

International calls are expensive if you don’t have a calling plan. Fortunately, there are some great calling plans for Mexico that allow you to call as often as you’d like for free. Most calling plans do have a base monthly fee. It’s hard to find a company that does not charge any fee that allows you to call another country completely free.

iNPHONEX charges a monthly flat fee of $27.95 a month for unlimited local and international calling, and this fee also includes free unlimited calls to land lines anywhere in Mexico. Calls to cell phones are charged 16 cents per minute.

Skype offers free pc to pc calling, and it’s completely free. Unfortunately, both parties have to have a computer to use the program. In order to use their program, both parties have to download Skype software to their computers.

Purchase a toll-free number from your phone company, and give it out to the people who call you often. This will allow them to call your Mexican phone line free of charge. You can also purchase a toll-free number from Toll Free Mexico.

Call Mexico for free by using a new service where you call a number in Iowa, and your phone call gets transferred to Mexico City, Guadalajara or Monterrey, Mexico, 100 percent free of charge. The sponsor gets paid by the carrier, not the caller. All you have to do is dial 712-338-8849, and you will then be prompted to dial 011, the country code and the phone number in Mexico.

Many United States phone companies offer international calling plans that give the customer free international minutes. It is a good idea to call your phone company and asked about any international calling specials they have.

About the Author

Emily Martinez has been writing since 2007, specializing in the fields of special education, sales/marketing and nonprofit. She holds dual bachelor's degrees in psychology and human development, as well as dual associate's degrees in education and horticulture. Martinez has expert experience in avian care, Middle Eastern dance, costume design, machine embroidery, sewing and painting.

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