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Straight Talk introduces $60 Unlimited International Calls to over 25 countries [Review]

By Alok Saboo on May 28th, 2012

One typically does not associate VoIP with telecom operators. Given that internet telephony eats into their revenues, this is understandable. However, not extending the benefits of technology to consumers has not helped telecom operators. Many companies have mushroomed to fill in the gap left by telco’s unwillingness to extend the benefits of VoIP to consumers...

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Bobsled–Make unlimited free calls to USA, Canada, and Puerto Rico and all your Facebook friends

By Alok Saboo on January 29th, 2012

Given how mobile operators are ripping off their consumers, one does not expect a lot from them. It is thus surprising that T-Mobile, one of the largest global wireless carriers, launched a mobile VoIP (mVoIP) service – Bobsled – that allows you to make unlimited FREE calls to USA, Canada and Puerto Rico and also...

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JaxtrSMS–Send unlimited free text messages (SMS) around the world [Review]

By Alok Saboo on November 7th, 2011

Few can forget Jaxtr, a company that once offered unlimited international VoIP calls between several countries (including India). Jaxtr, founded by Touraj Parang and Philip Mobin in October 2005, has since been sold to Sabeer Bhatia’s Sabse Technologies Inc. After a brief hiatus, Jaxtr has launched its latest offering – JaxtrSMS – that allows one...

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WiMobile – Make unlimited free international calls to India, Italy, USA, China, and UK [Free Calls]

By Alok Saboo on September 5th, 2011

It has been quite some time since we heard about a genuine way to make unlimited free international calls. Although call rates are dropping across the board, nothing beats FREE So, today we have a great way for you to make free calls to 5 countries until September 15 using WiMobile. You can make free...

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Traveling abroad? Switch to VoIP and avoid large phone bills [Infographic]

By Alok Saboo on July 3rd, 2011

If you often travel out of country or are traveling abroad in the near future then you surely must have faced this question – how to avoid a huge phone bill while being in contact? The easiest option (and often the most expensive one) is to use the roaming services of your carrier. You must...

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OBi100 vs. OBi110 and other components of the OBi service explained [Review]

By Alok Saboo on April 18th, 2011

Wow….given the amount of interest in the previous post on OBi110/OBi100 ATA and the reasons that you must consider one before buying any VoIP hardware, there is no doubt that Obihai has a winner on their hands. There, however, seems to be some confusion about the various components of the service and what is the...

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Make unlimited SIP calls to Google Voice number [Tutorial]

By Alok Saboo on March 6th, 2011

UPDATE (15th March 2011): After a brief outage the Google Voice SIP URI is working again For an otherwise great great service, the lack of interoperability with SIP service mars the attractiveness of Google Voice. Up until recently, Google offered the ability to forward the Google Voice number to a Gizmo account, providing some way...

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Talkatone: Save your local plan minutes, use Google Voice over 3G or WiFi [Video Tutorial]

By Alok Saboo on February 22nd, 2011

One of the most common complaints against Google Voice is that it does not provide SIP support and consequently one cannot use Google Voice without losing local plan minutes. We have provided a work around to enable SIP support in Google Voice, however, that is not the most elegant method. Today, we review an app–Talkatone–that...

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Manifone–Cheap international calls to Algeria, Morocco, Gabon, and others [Review & Giveaway]

By Alok Saboo on February 7th, 2011

While most VoIP service providers aim to target all the customers looking for VoIP services, research in marketing suggests that it is practically a very difficult to task to connect and communicate with customers with heterogeneous needs (different preferences). Firms are much better off segmenting the market into groups of consumers with distinct needs and...

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Say goodbye to VoIP ATA and embrace Mobile VoIP (mVoIP) [Opinion]

By Alok Saboo on January 28th, 2011

When VoIP service providers offered VoIP customers with VoIP ATA (Analog Telephone Adapter) for the first time, it was considered a future oriented telecommunicating system. If you are not familiar with ATA’s, I will encourage you to read 6 ways to access VoIP. The ability to call anywhere just from the comfort of your home...

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