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#1 wis3warrior


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Posted 22 February 2011 - 01:22 PM

So I am looking for an alternate cheaper telephone service and need some help on what is a good stable replacement for phone service.
I have tried magic jack and was not impressed. I did some searching around and ran across this voip adapter: Linksys PAP2-NA VoIP Adapter at this site: http://www.voiplink.com
It seems to be what i'm looking for but was wondering what goes into getting it to work. Do you need to subscribe to a voip service, what does it cost a month/year? Has anyone used this device before or have any suggestions on a good cheap voip service. Thx for the help
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