Wednesday, December 30, 2009

Best Phone Power VoIP reviews

Phone Power - Excellent voice quality, low cost, easy to use and outstanding customer care make Phone Power America’s best VoIP service provider.
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Phone Power provides simple and cost effective voice solutions for residential as well as business customers, and now it is the mostly used and reliable VoIP service provider in America.

Easy to install and friendly interface

At Phone Power, installation only requires a Grand stream Handy Tone 502 adaptor which is a free lease, and that is all. No software needed and remember, skilled and professional representatives are always ready to help you in case you have any problems.


For residential customers, you get the full-featured service. Voice mail, caller ID, call waiting, call return, these and many other features.

For business customers, you take advantage of the unlimited hosted PBX plan. It gives each line all the standard features of a residential line, in addition, business-specific features like conference calling and ACD call queue are also provided.


With Phone Power NOBODY can tell you are using VoIP on your Phone Power line. Sound quality is not only reliable and consistent; it is consistently clear as well.

Customer service

Customers across America are satisfied with its customer service. Phone support is fast and polite. And live chart and Email support are also provided.

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Unlimited $9.95/month

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2 Lines for the price of 1

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Sunday, September 6, 2009

eVoice receptionist reviews-Virtual Office for home and small business

eVoice Receptionist is the low-cost leader in the virtual office telephone system market, it provides a package of all the essential features - auto-attendant, multiple extensions and voicemail at competitive prices.

Defenition of Virtual PBX

A virtual office phone system answers your calls and directs callers to the individual or department they want to reach.

When someone call you they will hear a custom company greeting recorded by a professional voice over actor from evoice receptionist for you, and you just have to give them the exact scripting.

"Thank you for calling XXX company. Please press the extension number! For sales, dial 1. For customer service, dial 2. For other callers, dial 3. If you want to look up a person in our company
directory, press the pound key."

This is how a virtual office phone system works and it will let you know which extension the person is calling in on - sales, customer service, etc., so that you will know answer accordingly. If it's a sales call you can answer "Sales, can I help you?" or if its coming in on the customer service extension you would answer "Customer Service, can I help you!" or whatever you'd like to set up. And no one call tell that you are taking all the calls on your cell or from home.


When connected, you can place the caller on hold or transfer them to another extension on your phone tree or even an outside number. In addition, call forwarding, voicemail, etc. can be managed online.

It's very easy to set up an eVoice Receptionist account, it can be done all online through eVoice Receptionist's user-friendly website.

eVoice Receptionist has very good customer support, if you run into any issue, Email support is provided, and phone support is fast and polite too.

Save money

The standard eVoice Receptionist package is $29.95 per month, it includes the toll free number, the professionally recorded company greeting, 3 call forwarding extensions, and 1,000 free minutes of usage. No hardware needs to be installed, so the price is very competitive comparing to others. There isn't any long-term contract, and if you need additional extensions you can add each for $9.95 per month (100 minutes of usage included).

At present eVoice receptionist offer a 30-day free trial of their virtual pbx service.

Friday, July 24, 2009

Google voice ready-another mobile VoIP software

For those who used to make internet calls, Skype should not appear strange to them. Skype is well known for its low rate and clear voice quality, the best evidence is that it's still growing rapidly. But right now the consumers have another choice, Google voice, that'sright, Google is going to release its own mobile VoIP software.

Google voice has all the normal functions that a VoIP service has, make calls, block calls, forward calls, store sms and call US numbers for free. In addition, it has voicemail service, provides conferencecalling too. So you can say Google voice is standard mobile VoIP software.

According to Google, Google voice is only available for Blackberry andAndroid mobile phones at the moment, but we hope that Google will release Symbian, Windows Mobile and Linux versions.

Google voice is currently available by invite only, for those who are interested can go to Google voice invitation, enter your name and email, hopefully you will receive the invitation from Google.

Thursday, May 21, 2009

Using Truephone to make free internet calls from your mobile phone

With Truephone you can make cheap and even free VoIP calls to both landlines abd mobile phones in a lot of countries and regions from your cell phone, but your mobile phone should be wifi enabled. Here's a brief introductions.

1, go to and choose your cell phone brand, currently they support Gphone,Iphone,Ipod,Nokia and BlackBerry phones.

2, it will ask you to choose your country and enter your phone number, remember to include your country code and click on send.

3, you will receive a SMS include in it a link, click on it and download the program, then install it.

4, it will send a SMS and ask if you want to download configuration files.

5, now you will receive your user and password information, input them and login.

6, go to settings once you login to Truephone, select cellular for internet calls and default call type, and select wifi as your internet connection access point. And now you are all set and ready to make your first free VoIP call.

For more information about the rates, please visit Truephone official site.

Friday, May 1, 2009

ZTE leads Chinese mobile phone market first quarter 2009

ZTE, the Chinese leading telecommunications company sold over 10 million mobile phones in the first quarter of 2009, up 30% of the same time last year. Among which, CDMA mobile phones account for 1/4 of that total sales volume.

China Unicom began to place orders for its upcoming 3G WCDMA network release, and ZTE got half of that share. ZTE also had breakthroughs in China Mobile's bid last year for its first TD-SCDMA debut. As China came up with its 3G strategy, ZTE also had remarkable achievement in China Telecom's CDMA 2000 bid.

Nokia, Samsung, Sony Ericson and Motorola used to dominate China's cell phone market, but as China introduced its own 3G technology, the Chinese mobile companies began to acquire the market, and foreign mobile companies are no longer in favorable positions.

Saturday, April 25, 2009

China mobile begin to sell its netbooks

China mobile begin to sell its netbooks made by Dell, HP, Lenovo, Haier and other Chinese companies. Two of China's largest electronics retailer chain, Gomei and Suning were said to start sell these 3G netbooks which have built-in TD-SCDMA modules. The USIM card, made by China mobile, will work as the wireless media to connect the netbook to the internet.

The internet account is bound with the users' mobile account. People who use it have to charge his account and the fee will be deducted from the mobile phone account.

At present, China mobile have four internet plans for the clients: 50,100,200,300.

China mobile put its TD-SCDMA network into use last April in eight cities include Beijing, Shanghai, Guangzhou, Shenzhen and other four cities. But the end user were not satisfied with China's first 3G network, problems including the signal was not well in many places and China mobile charge top dollar.

Sunday, March 29, 2009

VoIP Raider - Get your free calls and SMS

People who are concerned about VoIP all want free calls and free SMS, at least calls at lowest rate. Well this is the very thing for you- VoIP rader, as on their website they indicated that not only calls to your online friends (peer-to-peer calls) are free, but calls to landlines to various popular destinations are free of charge as well!

Go to, download and install their app and you are all set, that's it.

The free list:
China (land line and mobile)
Czech Republic
New Zealand
Russian Federation
South Africa
United KingdomUnited States (land line and mobile)

And if you have any questions about VoIP rader, do not forget to check out their FAQ at

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Saturday, March 28, 2009

Skype mobile edition for Symbian s60v3

Now you can use Skype mobile beta on your Symbian s60v3 mobile phone and enjoy the same service as on computer.

Skype for symbian s60v3

With this Beta eidtion, you rarely notice any issue, but files transfer is not added. And we can expect that the full vertion should include this function.

For those want to give it a go, just go to Skype mobile and fill out below form.

Skype mobile edition download


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Monday, March 23, 2009

Best free mobile VoIP software download

There are lots of VoIP softwares for downloading out there, but free mobile VoIP softwares are still rare. I've got two mobile VoIP softares that work fine and I would like recommend them to you.

Best mobile VoIP software ever - Fring

It allows cheap or free call through Wi-Fi, 3G, GPRS. You can also logon to your Skype, Google Talk, Msn and twitter, and you can even use it to transfer files!

Fring VoIP 2.41


Talkonaut is a free calling, VoIP enabled mobile application which allows free calls to Google Talk, MSN/Live Messenger, Yahoo Messenger, SIP phones and other Talkonaut fellows over GPRS, EDGE, 3G or WIFI connection. You can use it to make cheap calls to mobile and regular phones using GTalk2VoIP infrastructure or make free calls using your existing SIP accounts from major public SIP services like,

Talkonaut v4.09.20

These two mobile VoIP softwares are all for Symbian cell phones, if you have a Nokia or Samsung Symbian mobile phone, you can give them a try.


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Information about Broadband VoIP phone

There are a few things needed before one can start to use broadband VoIP phone.

Broadband connection

As VoIP phone use broadband internet to transmit the data traffic, you need access to broadband internet, and this is the essential factor, a dial-up connection is too slow to send the huge data.

VoIP service provider

Yes you need a VoIP service provider to provide the VoIP service, the price is not the sole important, but the quality of voice and customer support all matter.

VoIP phone

Many VoIP service providers will provide you with a VoIP phone or adaptor which is a free lease. And you just have to plug it into the broadband port.


If you do not want a contract with the VoIP service providers, you can always install some VoIP softwares such as Skype. You can login to your account anywhere as long as there is a computer and broadband connection. But if you want to call landlines, you need to buy credits first.

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Saturday, March 21, 2009

How to compare and choose VoIP service providers

When compairing and choosing a VoIP service provider, you have below factors to consider:

-Your business VoIP requirements. You need to do an analysis before make a decision. Find out your needs and requirements, outline your budget. Normally you need to know the number of incoming and outcoming calls, the amount of data traffic at peak hours.

-The cost of VoIP service. Many companies have huge data traffic, numerous calls and voice emails, so cost definitely is of first considerations.

-Technological expertise. Many VoIP service providers offer a full range of emails, faxes and voice mails. They can send voice messages and faxes to the employee inboxes. But it's still necessary to transfer calls to the cell phones after working hours. And most important is, no extra charges.

-The quality of voices. The best voice quality should be provided as well as enough backups and generator facility should be ensured to keep the VoIP service active.

-Customer care. Last but not the least, cost is important, but for business VoIP, quick customer support is very important. A good VoIP service provider would identify your business needs and suggest the best VoIP features and plan for you. And always be there when you need any help.

So before jumping to any conclusions, consider the VoIP service providers carefully to get the best service.

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Thursday, March 19, 2009

Advantages and Disadvantages of VoIP phone

VoIP phones are becoming more and more popular and widely used. But what is the Advantages and Disadvantages of VoIP phone?

Advantages of VoIP phone

1. Low cost. You can make calls at very low prices. Using VoIP phone can reduce communication and infrastructure costs. As VoIP phone calls over existing data network (WiFi or Internet), so there is no need to separate voice and data network.

2. Flexibility. You can make call anywhere. VoIP phone calls can facilitate tasks over the same broadband connection and is location independent - only an Internet connection is needed to connect to the service provider.

Disadvantages of VoIP phone

1. Quality of service. As VoIP calls are made over IP network, it may cause packet loss and delay, so the quality is not so good, but many improvements have already made, and it's quite clear now.

2. Susceptibiliey to power failure. IP Phones and VoIP telephone adapters connect to routers or cable modems which typically depend on the availability of mains electricity or locally generated power. But some service providers use customer premise equipment (e.g., cable modems) with battery-backed power supplies to assure uninterrupted service for up to several hours in case of local power failures.

3. Emergency calls. The nature of IP makes it difficult to locate network users geographically. Emergency calls, therefore, cannot easily be routed to a nearby call center.

4. Number portability. A fixed line can easily achieve number portability by maintaining a database of numbers. But it's not so easy for VoIP phones.


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What is VoIP phone

What is VoIP phone

VoIP, short for Voice over Internet Protocol, in contrary to the traditional public switched telephone network, is a term for delivery of voice communications over IP networks.

There are three types of VoIP phone services:

1. Use an analog telephone adaptor (ATA) to connect between an existing telephone jack and the IP networks. This type of service is fixed to one location and is offered by broadband internet providers at a cheaper flat-rate plan.

2. Dedicated VoIP phone which allow VoIP calls without the use of a computer. However it is connected directly to the IP network (WiFi or Ethernet).

3. The user can install VoIP software on their computers that allow VoIP calling without dedicated hardware. And you can move to any country or location.

How VoIP phone works

For more information about VoIP phone, please go to: What is VoIP phone.


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Saturday, March 14, 2009

How to set up wifi on Symbian mobile phone

Basically, it's very easy to set up wifi on Symbian cell phones. For most Symbian s60v3 mobile phones equipped with wifi, you just need to search wifi hotspots. Once find a open public hotspot, you just set it as access point.

When you open a browser or other programs that need internet connection, select the wifi access point. Then your browser will use wifi connection to connect the internet.

However you may not succeed in connecting to the wifi network. And sometimes the wireless network are encrypted or have MAC address filtering enabled, or DHCP is disabled, in this case, things become much more complicated.

If DHCP is disabled, you need to find the right IP for your mobile phone. If MAC address filtering enabled, you need to find the MAC addresses allowed. If encrypted, you need to find the keys.


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Friday, March 13, 2009

Change MAC address to gain shared internet connection

As I said in the previous post, China telecom has strict restriction on multi-pc internet connection. Evidently the increase in broadband internet user slowed down, so is the revenue. I think that's why it does not allow more than one pc to connect to internet.

We will use the second way to hack it: change the MAC address. But before we begin, I would like to say, this may pose certain risk on China telecom users as many hackers would use this to steal others account.

When you create a broadband account with China telecom, it bind the account with your mac address. So even if you know other's account and code, you could not have free internet connection. But if you get the MAC address associated with the broadband account, now you DO have free internet.

Considering this, I will not elaborate on the process because someone would steal others account.


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Hack China telecom's internet connection to gain shared access

I have an internet account with China telecom with a speed of 1M, but China telecom charge me top dollar, what makes me really angry is that only one pc is allowed to connect to internet. I have a neighbor who has the same issue with China telecom, so we decided to hack this one-pc-allowed restriction internet connection.

He has a wireless router with four ports and a desktop, I connected my laptop to the wireless router port, and enabled DHCP. His desktop was connected to internet earlier. Well the irony is that, the moment I connected my laptop to the router, a shared internet connection set up automatically, and I typed in the address bar, you know what? It works!

So China telecom's restriction was removed so easily, I can hardly believe it. When I called China telecom's customer service earlier, she told me: no way, you can use it only for one pc, lol.


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Tuesday, March 10, 2009

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