I've been using VoIP for our home phones in one way or another since 2004, and was wondering if anyone else was doing this. If so, what kind of service or setup do you have? We were with Vonage for a while and then Skype, but we've since moved away from POTs service all together.
For those interested, I'd be happy to answer any question about VoIP or our setup.
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Thread: VoIP in the home
01-05-2008, 18:06 #1
VoIP in the home
01-05-2008, 18:10 #2
I tried it with Comcast's Digital Voice and hated it.
Just my two cents. With inflation that may be, what, three bucks?
01-05-2008, 18:15 #3
So... You do VoIP for free now?
I recently moved and am currently using just a cell line.
01-05-2008, 18:39 #4
01-05-2008, 19:10 #5
My wife and daughter love skype...
Personally I don't feel the need to talk enough to need a service other then the phone
01-05-2008, 19:12 #6
01-05-2008, 19:14 #7
01-05-2008, 19:28 #8
The only reason I have a landline at all is because the celly service is a bit shoddy where we're at. Otherwise I'd be fine with texts and a cell phone.
In fact, I rarely talk to anyone anyway. I usually communicate through text messages. And no, I don't use text speak, I have a full keyboard.
01-05-2008, 19:49 #9
01-05-2008, 19:49 #10
My family uses Vonage.
Unlimited long distance to anywhere in North America - and it's sooo cheap! Way cheaper than Rogers or Bell, which are the phone/cable companies in the area. (Bell is satellite but that's a minor detail.)
Also, all of our family lives in Europe. Being able to call for cheap is way better than buying phone cards at the convenience store, lol. :x
In short, yes I like it.