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My review of OBi110/OBi100 and why you must read this before buying any VoIP hardware (ATA) [Review]

By Alok Saboo on March 29th, 2011

One of stumbling blocks for rapid diffusion of VoIP services is the inherent complexity of the existing VoIP hardware. An ATAs (Analog Telephone Adapters) is a typical example of VoIP hardware, which basically is a router-like box that allows a regular analog phone to be used over the Internet (for more details, look at 6...

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Make Google Voice calls without using local cell phone minutes using YateClient [Video Tutorial]

By Alok Saboo on March 22nd, 2011

Our recent tutorial on making calls to Google Voice (GV) using the SIP URI generated lot of excitement. Unfortunately, for all of us, Google decided to pull the plug on the feature and the Google Voice SIP server stopped responding in less than a day of publishing the post. Well, if you have been missing...

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Use Whistle Phone as a FREE mobile SIP client for the iPhone or iPad [Video Tutorial]

By Alok Saboo on July 18th, 2010

Mobile VoIP (mVoIP) is growing in popularity. The growing number of mobile SIP clients on the App store is a testimony to this fact. However, one issue that plagues the rapid adoption of VoIP on smart phones is that most of these SIP clients are PAID. We have already covered two mobile SIP clients that...

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CalltoPBX offers unlimited international calls to over 70 countries (incl. India) for $10 [Review]

By Alok Saboo on March 30th, 2010

The warm reception that Vonage World Plan (residential VoIP service) is receiving is motivating other VoIP providers to offer similar unlimited calling plans. Today, we are reviewing an exceptional offer from CalltoPBX, which is way better than Vonage World Plan in all respects. If you have been thinking of unlimited calling options, this offer is...

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How-to troubleshoot your VoIP connection? [Tutorial]

By Alok Saboo on January 6th, 2010

Over the past few days, I have spent fair amount of time assisting readers in troubleshooting their VoIP service setup. Over the period, I realized that most of the steps required are generic and hence I decided to put together this VoIP troubleshooting guide. If you are having problems with your VoIP calls, SIP phone,...

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How-to setup SIP accounts in X-Lite or other SIP phone [Tutorial]

By Alok Saboo on January 1st, 2010

Firstly, a very Happy New Year to all you wonderful readers!! Hope the new year brings all the good things that you have always dreamt of… Now on to today’s topic. In some of my earlier posts, I have casually talked about using soft phones (SIP software clients) to access VoIP. However, it seems that...

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Make most of your Voxalot free account [Tutorial]

By Alok Saboo on August 25th, 2008

I had mentioned in one of my earlier posts that you could get much more than what FWD has to offer for free using Voxalot. I received large number of queries about this. So this post details how you can get the most of your free Voxalot account. Voxalot is basically a platform that provides...

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6 ways to use VoIP [Tutorial]

By Alok Saboo on August 22nd, 2008

One of the biggest challenges in increasing the adoption of VoIP is to encourage a newbie to use VoIP. This tutorial is a humble attempt to provide an overview of the various options one has to use VoIP. In the order of increasing convenience, here are the 6 ways to use VoIP. Read on… Instant...

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Computers “wake up” to receive calls [Views]

By Alok Saboo on August 16th, 2008

In yet another “green” effort, Intel (NSDQ: INTC) has recently announced a new technology, Remote Wake that allows your computer to wake up from an energy efficient sleep mode (Sleeping, hibernating or soft off, i.e. ACPI state G1 or G2) to receive calls and allow remote media access. Jajah, funded by Intel Capital, is the...

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