Making VoIP LD even cheaper
Briefs | 05/30/2007 12:05 pm EDT
Arcsoft Inc., a Richmond Hill ON-based VoIP call recording and productivity software developer, has introduced a new product that brings wireless local access dialing functionality to the VoIP world. Making a long distance call with a cell phone can be an expensive proposition and local access numbers have been used to minimize some of the cost. Now that same concept can live in the VoIP space through the VONaLink DialBridge. The software runs on a desktop or laptop PC with either of the following operating systems: Windows Vista, XP Pro, 2003 and 2000. The software cost US$29 and is available at http://www.vonalink.com/.