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Written by shannon on November 19th, 2010
I recently had the pleasure of stumbling upon another great VOIP website called WhichVoiP.com. This site does an amazing job at listing various services available to consumers for personal or business use. What I love about WhichVoiP is that they list multiple service providers in a box that allows you ...
Written by shannon on November 15th, 2010
What are some of the questions you would like answered in relation to VOIP and online communications? We are in the process of releasing a free e-book for all our dedicated readers to learn about VOIP and how to make the most of making free international calls and other communication tools ...
Written by shannon on October 29th, 2010
A new company from San Jose, California is hoping to challenge Skype by offering free voice calls and a new ping post system. Pinger is doing this by piggybacking voip on their TextFree application, a very popular app that allows you to send free text SMS messages. If you haven't heard ...
Written by shannon on October 26th, 2010
If your one of those big Google lovers, this may just hit the spot. Google's Gmail is now offering an option in the Voip Department. With Gmails current offering, you can actually call landlines in the USA and Canada for FREE. That's right. Free! They do however charge for international calls. ...
Written by shannon on October 22nd, 2010
If you ever need to record your conversations over the internet, look no further than Hot Recorder. Recording your calls is great if your doing some sort of interview. It's also great if you think that call will ever end up in court. A funny thing you could do is ...
Written by shannon on October 14th, 2010
We just realized the other day that we have never done a Top 10. Who doesn't like a Top 10. Top anythings are always fun to watch or read so we have decided to let our community know our top 10 blogs we like to use in relation to VOIP. ...
Written by shannon on October 8th, 2010
Just found another amazing service called CallINGO. Extremely cheap calls can be made around the world from any phone by calling a special access number. If you have an Iphone, you can also download an app that allows you to call directly from that. CallINGO has prepay calling, pinless service, ...
Written by shannon on April 28th, 2010
A recent post on Voip-Voip brought up a good topic on internet security with VOIP. Most of us simply worry about quality, latency, and interoperability. Security is another thing we should worry about though considering our voice is being trasferred into data across the internet. Voice traffic over VOIP is secured ...
Written by shannon on April 12th, 2010
I recently ran across an article on Helium.com. It sparked my interest because of the high-priced cell phone bills I have been paying all my life. I read not to long ago that VOIP will most likely make voice plans a thing of the past. The main drawback is that ...

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