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10-30-2006, 10:58 PM
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Now this is VERY cool, and free service
http://www.voxalot.com
Imagine having your own Asterisk PBX, via WEB
Yep, you heard that right.
For anyone who has a simple ATA VoIP adapter (you hear me BP )
Now you can add all your VoIP providers and dial plans, right on Voxalot's web site, and depending on what number you dial, calls will be routed the way YOU select them via your dial plans
I now have my WiFi phone registered to a Voxalot account, and that account connects to two VoIP outgoing providers, one extension at work, one at home, and I also have a free redirected incoming PSTN number courtesy of IPKall.com, so anyone can call me at that number, or from work they just dial my VoIP extension, or from home they can dial my home extension, and in any case my WiFi phone will ring whenever I'm connected to any wireless access point in the world

Enjoy!,
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Kwag wrote:
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Now this is VERY cool, and free service Exclamation
http://www.voxalot.com
Imagine having your own Asterisk PBX, via WEB Very Happy
Yep, you heard that right.
For anyone who has a simple ATA VoIP adapter (you hear me BP Question Laughing )
Now you can add all your VoIP providers and dial plans, right on Voxalot's web site, and depending on what number you dial, calls will be routed the way YOU select them via your dial plans Cool
I now have my WiFi phone registered to a Voxalot account, and that account connects to two VoIP outgoing providers, one extension at work, one at home, and I also have a free redirected incoming PSTN number courtesy of IPKall.com, so anyone can call me at that number, or from work they just dial my VoIP extension, or from home they can dial my home extension, and in any case my WiFi phone will ring whenever I'm connected to any wireless access point in the world Very Happy

Enjoy!,
-kwag
Interesting service. When you signup (FREE) you can specifiy several VOIP
services and the dial plan for when they will be used. This gives you
the cheapest call plan for VOIP to PSTN. For international calls
Voxalot uses the Callback feature at a flat price per call of 10 to 20
cents for as long as you want. The best part is you can make calls
using Voxalot's service without a computer and phone adapter.

-BP
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