Google Voice and Gizmo5 finally have taken off the gloves. Totally free Asterisk calling in the U.S. returns with a vengeance. Today’s tutorial will show you how to set up your Asterisk server in under 10 minutes.
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We’re back! Once again you can make free calls in the U.S. and create a free voicemail transcription service with any Asterisk PBX. Today’s tutorial will show you how. And we’ve set up a demo phone number and click-to-dial utility to let you experiment with Googlified Messaging yourself and review Google’s automated transcription results.
What do calls to a couple 100 million of your closest Skype friends around the world have in common with Asterisk? Well, now they’re free calls from your nearest Asterisk extension! Today we’ll show you how using either the Asterisk dialplan or a FreePBX custom extension. And there’s new support for Skype calling aliases in area code 333.
To celebrate the new school year, today we’ll walk you through transforming a Nokia N95 cellphone into the world’s best and least expensive SIP VoIP traveling companion… with a little help from Gizmo5 and Asterisk.
Today we introduce two new post-dial applications for Asterisk. The first lets you decipher whether to place free calls through Gizmo based upon a database lookup. The second provides email alerts whenever anyone places a 911 emergency call on your Asterisk PBX.
What do Asterisk calls to Sprint, Verizon, and T-Mobile cellphones plus 40 million Asterisk systems around the world have in common? They’re all free calls! And today we’ll show you how…