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Topic # 60062 17-Apr-2010 21:09
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Am off overseas shortly and the hotel only has wired internet which means my E71 won't run 2talk over wifi. I have connectify but don't hold too much hope of it working smoothly. 2talkphone always drops my presence when I hibernate the laptop so that is not an option.

Is there any other rock solid sip client that would do the trick?

Cheers, Matt. 

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  Reply # 319823 18-Apr-2010 08:06
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Counterpath Bria is probably the best around, eyeBeam is also very good (and slightly older) unfortunately neither are free.

Zoiper seems to do a good job and is free.

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