wifi phones and cellular/wifi phones

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wifi phones and cellular/wifi phones

Postby meadowsoprano » Mon May 15, 2006 4:52 pm

Can anyone recommend a good wifi phone I can use with axvoice? Are they hard to set up? What if I am not at home and "roaming" on someone else's wifi connection.

I like the idea of these combo phones (wifi and cellular). Has anyone tried these types of phones with axvoice?
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Postby kukulut » Wed Jun 07, 2006 9:42 am

Hi I recommend go to Voxilla.com.
They have excellent advise for you in the forum plus you can check their phones I bougth some stuff from them and I'm happy.
Regards Kukulut
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Postby EricLensherr » Tue Aug 08, 2006 6:29 am

As far as I know, there are no GSM/VoIP dual-mode phones available to the general public in the US right now. The closest that you can get to a true dual-mode phone is with Nokia's E60/61. They're basically the same phone, except that the E61 comes with a full keyboard keypad. You are able to make VoIP calls through an SIP server, but your SIP server must reside on the same side of the firewall as your phone. This is useful if your office uses SIP and you want to divert your office calls to your cellphone, but not if you're using a VoIP service like Axvoice. The only solution right now is to route your calls to/from your E60 through a PBX.
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Postby kukulut » Tue Aug 08, 2006 6:20 pm

Hi I tried VOIP2GO with AV and worked real good.
I will recommend to you .
With your cell you call AV # and then you dial the nunmber you want
(My case international call to Chile)
You pay ( I think 5 bucks extra a month for the service but is good spent money.)
Just stay with the TOS and everybody will be happy.
Regards Kukulut
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