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Topic # 129075 3-Sep-2013 09:39
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While waiting for my cisco phone, i need to make calls....
Is there any software out there which i can use my pc to make calls over the voip line?




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  Reply # 888771 3-Sep-2013 09:55
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Which VoIP line/provider ? Theres a lot out there....

Most tend to stick to standards though.... I use 3CX on my mobile with my 2Talk account, Windows version also available

http://www.3cx.com/voip/voip-phone/




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  Reply # 888772 3-Sep-2013 09:56
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Doesnt CISCO have a piece of software called 'communicator'?

 
 
 
 




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  Reply # 888774 3-Sep-2013 09:57
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xpd: Which VoIP line/provider ? Theres a lot out there....

Most tend to stick to standards though.... I use 3CX on my mobile with my 2Talk account, Windows version also available

http://www.3cx.com/voip/voip-phone/


Thanks will give it a try.
I use Voyager for Internet and VOIP




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  Reply # 888775 3-Sep-2013 09:58
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I use X-lite for 2talk on PC occasionally when I am not home
Sipdroid on Android 
But Cisco phones are the best as always....




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  Reply # 889356 4-Sep-2013 00:48
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X-lite for PC and Mac works really well I think. I also use other softphones from Counterpath (maker of x-lite) that have more functionality.






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  Reply # 889635 4-Sep-2013 13:08
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For iOS: Counterpath has a VOIP client that is called Bria (same name as their for-pay client for Windows and Mac). So far it looks like a good companion to 2talk (although I am having some problems with 2talk and calls coming (or rather not) in from 2degrees. But don't think that has anything to do with the VOIP app.




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