If you need to call a mobile phone in a country that’s not part of your plan, you can use the Rate Finder.
No, Vonage isn’t a mobile service provider. However, you can use your Vonage calling plan to make unlimited calls in the US and internationally on up to three smartphones—and you can answer calls made to your Vonage phone number from almost anywhere—using the free Vonage® Extensions® App.*
If you don’t have a Vonage plan, our Vonage® Extensions® App lets you make free voice and video calls, and send free texts, video messages and photos to anyone with the app, anywhere in the world.** You also get great low rates on international calls to anyone who doesn’t have the app.
*Calls made outside of Wi-Fi networks will use your data plan and, depending on your data plan, data-usage rates may apply.
**Standard data rates may apply.
It usually takes about 7-10 business days. You can check the status of your number transfer by signing in to your Online Account and clicking ”Check Transfer Status” or “Information Needed” (if additional information is needed to complete the number transfer).
No. Not all of our calling plans require contracts. You'll be billed the same monthly rate either way, and the only difference is that with a one-year contract, you get free shipping, free activation and get to take advantage of any special introductory pricing.
Yes, in over 10 countries. Enjoy unlimited¹ calling to mobile phones in Brunei, Canada, China, Guam, Hong Kong, India, Macau, Malaysia, Puerto Rico, Saipan, San Marino, Singapore, South Korea, Thailand, United States and US Virgin Islands.
If you need to call a mobile phone in a country that’s not part of this plan, you can use the Rate Finder located in the tools module on this plan page to see the per-minute rates.
Vonage World® includes unlimited¹ calling to landline phones in over 60 countries and to mobile phones in over 10 of those. See our included countries list for details.
Unlimited Calling is based on normal residential, non-commercial use. A combination of factors is used to determine abnormal use, including but not limited to: the number of unique numbers called, calls forwarded, minutes used and other factors. Subject to our Fair Usage Policy and Terms of Service.