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Following our story about Qwest’s lawsuit against Iowa-based “free calling” services, it looks like one of the named defendants, Fonpods, is offline. The Fonpods website seems redirected to a curious message about it being a Qwest page, so it looks like no more free podcasts for […]

Following our story about Qwest’s lawsuit against Iowa-based “free calling” services, it looks like one of the named defendants, Fonpods, is offline. The Fonpods website seems redirected to a curious message about it being a Qwest page, so it looks like no more free podcasts for now. Calls and emails to Fonpods’ founder Ted Heieck are so far not being returned.

  1. It’s a shame about Fonpods, but “illegal” rev share is not the only way to provide what is otherwise a great service. For example, Earkive (www.earkive.com) is completely legit: They don’t rely on anything in Iowa, they have a sponsored service offered for free to the podcasting community that the company pays for, and have better functionality.

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  2. With phonecasting.com you can dial up you favorite podcasts. Great service for podcasters too, even lets you record a podcast by phone.

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