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Topic # 7224 29-Mar-2006 19:51
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Im currently looking at these 2. They both have good pricing. My question is, which one has better quality? also, any other ones I should consider looking at? (as I'm a VoIP newbie)

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Reply # 31732 29-Mar-2006 20:41
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I use SkypeOut and SkypeIn, and the quality is acceptable, with little delay sometimes. The calls to/from phones overseas (mainly USA) are better than the ones to New Zealand.





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Reply # 31736 29-Mar-2006 22:23
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in the other topic about TCL broadband, we were talking about VoIP.

SBiddle suggested slingshot iTalk, ummm i too if possible to do without Telecom, i'd like that, but how does one get on to VoIP telephony with broadband connection, with good acceptable, reputable, reliable connection, and easy to use as with normal phone.




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