Single Point of Calling
Last revised by Ali Farshchian,
Feb 18, 06 at 7:10 pm PDT |
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With commercial services such as Vonage, it is possible to connect the VoIP router into the existing central phone box in the house and have VoIP at every phone already connected. Other services, such as Skype & PeerMe, typically require the use of a computer, so they are limited to single point of calling, though handsets are now available, allowing them to be used without a PC. Some services, such as BroadVoice provide the ability to connect WiFi SIP phones so that service can be extended throughout the premises, and off-site to any location with an open hotspot.
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