Archive - April 2013

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Free VoIP Calling

We often get asked how and where we can find ‘free’ VoIP calling? While there are services that offer FREE calling; there’s always a catch. More often than not there’s a catch; either offer is tied-up to ads, or the provider is re-selling or sharing your personal information with ‘partners’ meaning you may start to get more spam emails and even...

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Xerox and babyTEL keeping Fax alive

In this time and age, one has to wonder who is using faxes? Well, there’s plenty of use in the business-2-business world. For example, Realtors, mortgage brokers, and insurance brokers keep using them. That may be enough to keep Montreal based babyTEL established a longterm partnership with Xerox Canada to bring internet faxing to those customers that...

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How to Stop Unwanted Phone Calls in Canada

Believe that by now we all been there, with those 2 pm Telemarketing calls. When we used to have a non-VoIP landline we would get up to 10 unwanted calls a day. So long for the do-not-call list..! Now fast-forward to today and we are using a VoIP based Phone landline (Phone Power) one of the very neat features is called Block List.  Let me tell you...

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Cheap Long Distance Calls to China

VoIP technology makes it easier than ever before to make international long distance calls to China. Today we’ll compare the rates of some of our long-distance and residential providers against the traditional Canadian telecom providers. Provider Landline Rate Mobile Rate Connection Fee Localphone 1.2 cents 1.2 cents $0 Skype 1.9...

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Using Virtual Numbers (VoIP’s Virtuosity)

One of the things very common to see as part of a Provider’s offer nowadays is Virtual Numbers. Though what are these numbers and why they are called ‘virtual’? Well, these are called ‘Virtual’ (or Extra) Numbers because they are not directly associated with a real telephone line. In fact, Virtual Numbers are forwarded to ring to some other...