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Andy points to a new VoIP P2P service called DingoTel which from the looks of it is taking a crack at Skype’s business. Apparently it is a server less model, and is seemingly better than Skype. The DingoTel™ Network allows users to connect directly to one […]

Andy points to a new VoIP P2P service called DingoTel which from the looks of it is taking a crack at Skype’s business. Apparently it is a server less model, and is seemingly better than Skype.

The DingoTel™ Network allows users to connect directly to one another without going through a central server. Unlike other programs that use similar technology, DingoTel™ does not use your computer’s resources for facilitating other people’s calls.

It seems to be more secure idea, at least in theory. Skype’s insecurities are a big issue, though not many people like to talk about them except Popular Telephony’s founder Dmitry Goroshevsky who got into it in a chatearlier this year.

  1. wingo…….dingo……..Lingo………what is next????

    Skibare

    I would love to see a “”BLINGO”” sing bling bling voip has not showed up yet!

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  2. As I told Andy, Dingo has definitely been very cryptic about how their technology works and at the same time taking pot shots at Skype. I sent them an email two days ago with no response.

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  3. Testing is my good old enjoyment….Thank for the news…….Friend…

    Heir Canada

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