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April 12, 2012, 06:03:56 AM

Hi I am offering voip phone service with payments available in bitcoins.
The neat thing about this service is that is was all done using open source software.

No monthly fees.

Free calls between customers.

No fee to become a customer.

Real time records of calls.

Simultaneous calling, you may make more than a call a time (feature by request).

Support for both SIP and IAX2 devices, you can use it with a phone adaptor ATA, wifi phone, any SIP or IAX2 phone, or soft phones, no limit on the number of phones that you want to use it.

Webcallback, allows you to link any 2 telephone numbers together (available by request at no additional charge).
For incoming calls, share dids by sipbroker are used, the calling party ends un dialing a longer number than usual but with great savings, for example you have a friend in Chile, and you are in Mexico, and your friend is not near any source of internet, he could dial a local number in Chile and have your phone ring in Mexico therefor saving the long distance charge for you and your friend.

Caller id of your choice (when it works, it depend who you call).

The best feature is that payments can be done in Bitcoins, the way it was implemented is that you buy a voucher (calling card number) and submit that number on the website in which you have your phone account, it was done that way since the Calling customer interface did not have any options to pay with bitcoins, therefore it was done by  using calling cards.

Your credit does not expire.

Many codecs to choose from G711, G729, G726, G723, GSM, and iLBC
Once you create the account, allow 24 hours for activation, you will be $0.25USD or the equivalent of 0.05 BTC for
free so that you can try se service at absolutely no risk.

The service is mostly anonymous since only an email address is needed for activation, and email addresses can be anonymous.

For the general public, in addition to accepting Bitcoins, the other forms of payments are Dwolla (USA), Okpay,  and Liberty Reserve.

All feedback is welcomed.
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