vonage chaffing

Joel Finlinson joel at finlinson.net
Sat Feb 4 14:27:45 MST 2012


+1 for ooma.  Been using it for a year and it works great.

Magicjack has a new device that doesn't require your computer.  I still
like ooma better.
On Feb 4, 2012 2:05 PM, "Eric Olsen" <falconv at gmail.com> wrote:

> Long story short:
> Tried MagicJack for a year. It worked decently. I didn't like having to
> leave a Windows system running 24/7 to use it. Took a while to realize that
> I left auto-update enabled and that's why the system would periodically
> reboot and not work until I'd go log in again.
>
> When the year was coming to an end, I discovered NetTalk. I was lucky and
> got in during a deal where I buy the device and get lifetime (of the
> device) service. It works just as well as MagicJack, and while it has a
> higher up-front cost, the yearly cost is the same, and you don't have to
> have it plugged into a Windows system.
>
> When my device dies (ending my free phone plan) I'll probably look for
> something else where I can use my own ATA. It'd be really nice if Google
> would provide SIP info so I could take/make calls using my ATA.
>
> -Eric
>
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