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Voip phone – Yellow Pages Singapore Integrates eStara’s Click to Call
March 31, 2007, 9:59 pm
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Yellow Pages Singapore Integrates eStara’s Click to Call
MSN MoneyCentral – Using Voice Over IP (VoIP) technology, eStara’s Click to Call allows online browsers to speak through their PC, or enter in their phone number for an immediate callback to a mobile or landline telephone, and connect with Yellow Pages Singapore

It’s all about location for Mirvac’s VoIP migration
Computerworld Australia – Real estate giant Mirvac’s new five-story Sydney CDB complex will house the first VoIP implementation of a planned enterprise-wide IP phone system roll out. The network will run in parallel with Mirvac’s existing Nortel PABX system, and will use a

Net phone service rules announced
BBC News – It said suppliers in the fast-growing Voice over IP (VoIP) sector must explain when selling services whether they include emergency services access. Providers, including Skype, must also spell out other limits, including where directory listings are

IDT Settles Fraud Suit With Some Rivals
Forbes – IDT announced late Wednesday it had reached a settlement with Locus Telecommunications Inc. and with Dollar Phone Corp. and IDT said its lawsuit continues against other companies, including CVT Prepaid Solutions Inc., STI Phonecard Inc., VOIP

Office-Exchange form a one-two punch
Express Computer India – The solution demonstrates how Microsoft solutions like Office, Live Communications Server, Smart Phone and others LCS instant messaging application is known as Communicator and it supports VoIP. A big thing here is that

Splinternet Holdings Announces Nutmeg Systems Division
Consumer Electronics Net – This IP-based telephone system, which is installed on a Mac Mini , is designed specifically for businesses with up to 10 phone lines using Voice Over IP (VoIP) technology at a fraction of the cost of traditional phone service. Additionally, Nutmeg

Comcast rolls out phone service
Sacramento Bee – The voice service, which starts at a promotional rate of $33 a month, will run over Comcast’s cable television system using Voice over Internet Protocol (VoIP). It will compete initially with both AT&T Inc. and SureWest Communications for phone

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