Today we are pleased to introduce the revolutionary new Incredible PBX for Asterisk 1.8 featuring instantaneous (and free) Google Voice calling in the U.S. and Canada via Gtalk. An intermediate provider is no longer required. All of the Nerd Vittles TTS apps now work reliably as well. And you get dozens of terrific new Asterisk 1.8.0 features.
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Today’s HOW TO walks you through interconnecting any FreePBX-based Asterisk server with Incredible PBX to take advantage of free Google Voice calling in the U.S. and Canada. It’s a 5-minute project once you’ve read today’s article. Both SIP and IAX interconnectivity solutions are provided.
If you hurry, you can buy one of the world’s best color SIP videophones for about $42. The original price of these Nortel phones was over $700. And they work perfectly with Asterisk and sip2sip.info.
Introducing TeleYapper 5.0: the ultimate RoboCaller and data collection system for Asterisk. Upload your data in CSV or XML files and generate personalized calls to a dozen or thousands of callees. Messages also can be tailored to differentiate between people and answering machines. Customizable data collection is built into every call, and CSV/XML reports provide the results of every calling campaign.
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.
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 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!
Today we take Asterisk security to a new plateau with the introduction of IP Country. Now you can restrict access to your Asterisk server by countries based upon IP addresses. With minimal changes, this should work will all of the FreePBX-based Asterisk aggregations.