Every Tuesday Voxilla delivers News You Can Use from our Forums, timely, interesting, effective information from Voxilla readers about what’s happening, what’s working — and what’s not — in the world of modern telecommunications.
Even though Voice over Internet Protocol has been around for a long time, new people and businesses are discovering its revolutionary potential every day. The Voxilla Forum thread I am planning to switch to Internet phone is a great place for tips on new VoIP services and robust discussion on who’s hot and who’s not in the world of VoIP service providers.
This week, reader Simmi suggests Chicago-based ALLVOI, whose cheap unlimited domestic and international calling plans, free phone adapter and free in-network calls make it well worth a look if you’re considering switching your home phone service. Simmi writes, “[with an] ALLVOI account you’ll make direct VoIP calls to any international destination at ALLVOI VoIP calling rates, which are the lowest in the industry.”
Reader togaderatex turns us on to MySocialIncome, the world’s first “monetized social platform.” MySocialIncome features an interesting product called 1ButtontoWiFi, with “breakthrough technology [that] turns any cell phone, PDA, Blackberry, and Apple iPhone into a WiFi phone.”
Do you know about Speedflow Communications yet? Reader Vladyslav put up a nice thread touting its software developed for VoIP service providers. Speedflow offers an interesting suite of products based around its MEDIACORE class 4 softswitch, with features including dynamic routing, built-in billing systems and real-time reports supporting an unlimited number of concurrent calls.
Looking for a free software IPPBX to run on Windows? You may want to check out Yeastar’s BizPBX, a 3rd generation unified communications solution for small and medium sized businesses looking to integrate Skype, SIP and the PSTN with a Windows-based system.
Finally, if you’re looking for cheap A-Z termination at wholesale rates for high call volume, lots of people are checking out SIPTraffic.com, and reader Justin Jones wants to hear from you at TerminationSite