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Skype Technologies, has signed up four carriers – Level 3 Communications, IBasis, Colt Telecom, and Teleglobe- that would allow Skype users to connect to PSTN, or regular old phone numbers, according to a report in the Wall Street Journal. SkypeOut has generally had good reviews thus […]

Skype Technologies, has signed up four carriers – Level 3 Communications, IBasis, Colt Telecom, and Teleglobe- that would allow Skype users to connect to PSTN, or regular old phone numbers, according to a report in the Wall Street Journal. SkypeOut has generally had good reviews thus far. The noise in the VoIP space has increased to a new level, and I for one expect a massive price war to break out, despite all the taxation drama that is going on in the US Senate. (Additional reading, Telecom’s Continuing Death Spiral)

Aswath has some interesting stuff on his blog. He points out that a quick review of SkypeOut tariff suggests that it is very similar to many pre-paid calling card tariffs, including 3-month life for the credit. He has a lot of interesting stuff on Skype you would not read anywhere else. (Also by Aswath, Why Skype is No Different?)

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  1. this is a new box that connect landline and cellphone direct to skype without skipe in/out

    daniel

    1. There is a new call diverter for landline and cell phone

      through skype free. the name is “Rylwy”

      your incoming calls from your landline and cell phone will follow you for

      free anywhere you travel, to another internet connection,

      and you can make calls from your original landline anywhere

      In the world as if you are near your landline.

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