Sunday September 14, 2003
SIPphone makes it possible for people to send and receive free calls worldwide over a broadband Internet connection using a technology called SIP. The phones come with a preconfigured number and by sharing this number with others SIP phone users you can communicate by phone while only paying for Internet access.
The phone looks and operates just like a traditional telephone except that it plugs into an ethernet port instead of a telephone jack.
SIPphone supports caller ID and call-waiting and users can customise their SIP number, add and edit numbers in their personal phone list or track incoming and outgoing calls at the My.SIPphone.com site.
Two SIP phones cost US$129.99, visit www.sipphone.com to learn more.
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