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VoIP Phones

Skype Offers Cheaper International Calling Plans

Here is good news for all VOIP phone users. Skype has started offering new and cheaper monthly calling subscriptions to 170 countries around the world, to both landline and cell phones. The new calling plans start from as little as €0.89 ($1.09/£.69) per month and offer effective rates as low as €0.01 ($.01/£.01) per minute to almost any destination around the globe. You can choose 1-month, 3-month, or 12-month calling subscriptions. Additionally, Skype also provides packages that include from 60 to unlimited minutes. [Press Release]

Truphone Nexus One

Truphone has recently announced that the Truphone for Android ver. 3.0.2 is now available for free download. This VoIP software is now compatible with the Nexus One. In addition to compatibility with the Nexus One, the update ensures compatibility with the T-Mobile Pulse, which means that Truphone is now Wi-Fi compatible with a total of five Android devices. You can download the Truphone for Android ver. 3.0.2 in the Android Market. [AskGSM]

Bang & Olufsen BeoCom 5

by Johan on October 20, 2009

Bang & Olufsen BeoCom 5

Bang & Olufsen has recently announced their new BeoCom 5 cordless phone. It is a dual line DECT phone that works as either a land line telephone or a VoIP handset. The BeoCom 5 supports a built-in phonebook and a 2-inch (176 x 220 pixel) graphical display. There is no info on pricing or availability so far. More

Unidata SQ-3000 Wi-Fi Phone

by Johan on February 25, 2009

Unidata SQ-3000 Wi-Fi Phone

Unidata has unveiled the SQ-3000 Wi-Fi phone that will be introduced at CeBIT 2009. The SQ-3000 offers high-resolution video telephony, a 2.8 inch touch screen display (240 x 320 resolution), Wi-Fi connectivity, 30 fps video recording/playback, G.722.2 Wide-band audio codec, conference call capability, MP3/MP4 playback and XHTML browser. The battery offers up to 3 hours of video calling and 6 hours of voice calling. [AVING]

iRiver Wave Home in Korea

by Johan on February 11, 2009

iRiver Wave Home in Korea

Good news for those who are living in South Korea. iRiver will release the Wave Home in the Korean market via KT. This communications device has been introduced at CES 2009. Phone capability comes from a removable handset plopped into its back. Video conferencing is courtesy of a 1.3MP shooter in the top. You can control the iRiver Wave Home through the 7-inch, 800 x 480 pixel resolution touch screen. [Akihabara]

Old Fashioned VoIP Telephone

by Johan on November 26, 2008

Old Fashioned VoIP Telephone

If you are a fan of retro gadget, then you might fall in love with this old school styled phone receiver that you can use for VoIP calls. All you have to do is to plug this green plastic handset into the 3.5mm microphone and headphone jacks on your computer and then you can make VoIP phone calls. Measuring 8.5 inch x 2.5 inch x 2.5 inch, the Retro Internet Phone is currently available for $15. [Urban Outfitters]

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