Linked by Eugenia Loli on Mon 9th Nov 2009 23:11 UTC
Google TechCrunch broke the news today that Google has bought Gizmo5, the popular VoIP SIP provider, for $30 mil cash (not confirmed officially yet). The company was led by Michael Robertson, known for his times on mp3.com and Lindows. What does this mean for Google Voice? Read on.
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*yawn*
by eydaimon on Tue 10th Nov 2009 03:23 UTC
eydaimon
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2006-03-22

The only thing gizmo5 seemed to have that I missed from a real VoIP service was the ability to encrypt calls between SIP users. However, since I also call abroad, and I primarily, or rather only, regular landlines, that's really moot. I personally use vitelity.net with an ATM to be able to use my regular phones. Vitelity is just fine, and I wonder if Google is really going to do something which could improve my service/pricing from what I enjoy now.

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RE: *yawn*
by arhemian on Tue 10th Nov 2009 10:50 in reply to "*yawn*"
arhemian Member since:
2009-11-10

Hi, I use www.rebtel.com which is great for me, Can you tell me which is a good difference between this service and vitelity.net?

Any idea?


Greetings

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