Monday, September 3, 2012

NetTALK DUO wifi Review/Giveaway

netTALK DUO wifi Review/Giveaway

I was lucky enough to receive a netTALK DUO wifi to review and give on away to a lucky reader!

When the box arrived, I was jumping for joy, then I remembered that my hubby was at work, I would be lost trying to set this thing up! The independent woman in me decided that I was going to open the box anyway, and attempt to do it myself. I opened the box, looked inside, and was delighted when I realized that everything that I needed was right inside! The Ethernet cable, the power cord, and the nifty little gadget that would make it all sparkle =) I dug out our old house phone, plugged it in, that was my first step after all, I knew I could do that! Then I opened up the directions, and got to the real work. I set up my new phone number (note: you can keep your current home number if you have one) and the 911 service. Then I plugged the netTalk DUO into the wall, into the phone, then went onto the website to connect the netTalk DUO wifi to my wireless internet. All of this took place in less than 10 minutes, I was so proud of myself. My first phone call on the new line was to my husband, who coyly answered his phone to the new number, and I was so giddy with excitement, that I just chanted "I did it!". I love the call clarity of the netTALK DUO, I also love that I am not using all my cell phone minutes all the time! Plus, when I am gone from home, I just forward all my calls to my cell phone =) I love the netTALK DUO wifi, and I am confident that you will too!

The features that I love most about this netTALK DUO, is that you can select your own number (so I went for something super unique, it is my style anyway!), you can use call forwarding, free long distance phone calls, unlimited calling, free blocking of annoying numbers (wish this feature would have been available 10 years ago when telemarketers were at their all time worst) and much more!  netTALK also has a new and free Android App (works on most Android devices) that provides Free Calling throughout the US and Canada with the option to add low-cost international TALK credits to make calls from anywhere to anywhere in the world (with cell phone / WiFi service) without running up cell phone minutes or roaming charges. Great for traveling and keeping in touch with family and friends abroad! The app is available free at  and at Google Play.  The netTALK DUO can be purchased at Target for only $64.99. You can hook the netTalk DUO wifi up to your wireless router, or directly to your computer.

  • NEW Call Blocking (block annoying calls)
  • NEW Call ID Blocking (protect your privacy)
  • One year of service included
  • Choose a phone number or keep your own
  • Free local and long distance calling to the U.S. and Canada
  • Live technical support, 7 days a week
  • Flat-rate, ultra low-cost international call plans
  • Free DUO-to-DUO-calls anywhere in the world
  • Plugs directly into your router or computer
  • Landline goes anywhere there is Internet =)
  • 411 directory assistance
  • Call waiting / caller ID / call forwarding
  • 3-way calling / conference calling
  • Visual voicemail
  • Enhanced 911
  • Fax-friendly
  • Videophone application
  • …and more!

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Disclaimer: This blog received no payment for posting this event, nor is it responsible for shipment of prize. The prize will be shipped from the sponsor.  View my disclosure policy HERE for more information.


  1.'s hard to come up with a fave feature, they're all awesome. Maybe...visual voicemail!!

  2. love the wifi and keeping your own number features.

  3. The Wi-Fi is my favorite Feature. Thank you. Jerri Davis

  4. I love the free long distance plus call blocking. Thank you for hosting and reviewing such a great giveaway.

  5. Kristine Gosney LucasSeptember 11, 2012 at 3:18 PM

    The wifi and blocking annoying phone calls!!!

  6. I love the wi-fi feature and the oh so annoying callers that can now be blocked!!!!!

  7. the wifi jen gersch

  8. i like the call blocking richard twark