Phone someone to their home or mobile number if you have their number and have bought some credit.
There is the option to buy a local phone number for a quarterly fee.
Subscriptions can also be setup to reduce the cost of phone calls.
The software is truly cross-platform with versions available for many operating systems including the Mac and various flavors of Linux.
For example, you can all call me Sugaa c:~IS IT A K-POP ONLY CHAT? K-Pop is just meant to be a common interest between us all! When I first saw this challenge I immediately wanted to talk about my experience with my main group, EXO.
The chat will most likely range anywhere from K-Pop to just stupid memes. In fact, K-Pop was really only mentioned when something big happened to a group that we follow!
Please don't feel like you only have to talk about K-Pop! ~ARE THERE GOING TO BE RULES~Yes but they're all really straight forward!
Here they are:- What is said in the chat stays in the chat (ex. )- if something/someone is upsetting you, please tell that person!
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