Post Tagged with: "sip phone"

2010 Bargain of the Year: Nortel 1535 Color SIP Videophone

2010 Bargain of the Year: Nortel 1535 Color SIP Videophone

Tuesday, October 19, 2010

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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.

The Incredible PBX: Remote Phone Meets the Travelin’ Man

The Incredible PBX: Remote Phone Meets the Travelin’ Man

Monday, June 28, 2010

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This week we introduce a new, ultra-secure methodology for managing remote phone access to your Incredible PBX. Meet Travelin’ Man, a web-based, one-click Asterisk application that automatically reconfigures your Asterisk PBX to enable remote SIP phone access. Supports one extension or hundreds. Setup is simple and takes only a few minutes.

VoIP Softphone Shootout for iPhone, iPad, & iPod Touch

VoIP Softphone Shootout for iPhone, iPad, & iPod Touch

Monday, June 14, 2010

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Today we review four of the world’s best VoIP softphones for use with the iPhone, iPad, and iPod Touch. Included in our roundup are Acrobits SIP Softphone, the WiFone from Snizmo.com, the Media5-fone, and Counterpath’s new Bria softphone.

Meet The iPhone Terminator: The World’s Best Mobile Phone

Meet The iPhone Terminator: The World’s Best Mobile Phone

Monday, September 28, 2009

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Today we provide a soup-to-nuts tutorial for getting every last piece of functionality out of the world’s best cellphone. It’s also the best Mac companion and the perfect Asterisk PBX extension.

Using Asterisk and Gizmo5 to Transform Your Nokia N95 Cellphone into the Ultimate Free SIP Phone

Using Asterisk and Gizmo5 to Transform Your Nokia N95 Cellphone into the Ultimate Free SIP Phone

Monday, September 8, 2008

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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.