We are pleased to introduce the latest, greatest PBX in a Flash with 32-bit and 64-bit CentOS 5.5 support and three customizable editions supporting Asterisk 1.4, Asterisk 1.6.2, Zaptel, and DAHDI.
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Incredible PBX list of goodies expands with support for multiple Google Voice trunks. Instead of one free PSTN call at a time in the U.S. and Canada, now you can make lots of simultaneous calls plus free Skype calling and free SIP calling worldwide in addition to dozens of free Asterisk apps.
Today we’ve enhanced our system for placing free phone calls to everyone in the U.S. and Canada using Twitter and your Google Voice account. Now you can send SMS messages as well. If you’ve already deployed Tweet2Dial on your server, today’s setup takes less than 5 minutes.
Today we’ll show you how to build a system to place free phone calls to everyone in the U.S. and Canada using Twitter, your Google Voice account, and either your existing Asterisk server or any Linux server of recent vintage. If you’ve already deployed Google Voice on your Asterisk server, today’s setup takes less than 10 minutes. There’s also a New Year’s bonus for Asterisk administrators: manage your Asterisk server with Twitter using this same application.
Today we introduce a free Google Voice Dialer for Windows that lets you make unlimited free calls in the U.S. and Canada from the convenience of your home or office phone. No PBX required!
With fingers crossed, here’s hoping that the Fifth Time’s a Charm. Introducing the latest and greatest tutorial for transparently integrating Google Voice into Asterisk for free calling throughout the United States.
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.
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.