Fonality’s Trixbox PBX is Dead!

Recently at WhichVoIP, we have been toiling with various PBX software systems. The intent is to show businesses of all shapes and sizes that it is very possible to create your very own VoIP PBX server with a little guidance, a small investment of time and very little money. Essentially, this ...

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5 VoIP Troubleshooting Tips for Consumers

“My MagicJack isn’t working!”……..”Why is my Vonage audio choppy?”……..”Ooma has no dial tone!” Consumers have jumped into VoIP with open arms, due to the promise of low cost and feature rich phone service. This, in turn, has turned VoIP into a highly competitive business, with the result that there are ...

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Top 10 VoIP Features to Increase Productivity

When we think of VoIP service we tend to dwell on the savings that can be realized over a regular land-line phone service, often as high as 80%. However, did you know that a VoIP service can also increase productivity for your employees? In this post I will highlight my ...

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Bria Softphone

One of the many advantages of VoIP is its portability. The ability to make and receive calls at the office, on the road or at home means you will never miss that important call from your customer. Recently I was working on a side project to setup an Asterisk PBX ...

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Delving into WebRTC

Last week, WhichVoIP provided an overview of a new technology changing the face of the Internet. WebRTC is an addition to core web code that gives developers the ability to implement real time communication systems directly into a web page. Thanks in large part to HTML5, this technology will change ...

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