Canadian VoIP Provider Launches Adapted Softphone for Consumers with Disabilities

BabyTEL, a VoIP provider has developed a new soft phone for people with disabilities.

Primus Expands VoIP Service Across Quebec and Ontario

Primus is expanding its VoIP service in Ontario and Quebec.

Yak Communications Named Best Home Phone Provider of 2015

Earlier this year, Yak Communications was named “Best Home Phone Provider of 2015”.

Vancouver’s Teliphone Corp. Makes Two Key VoIP Acquisitions

Digital telecommunications firm, Teliphone, has acquired Vancouver-based Titan Communications and Cloud-Phone Inc. of Calgary. Titan is one of the country’s leading providers of white label Voice over IP solutions for carriers and Internet Service Providers, and delivers services to over 8,000 residential customers in Western Canada. Cloud-Phone serves cloud-based communication services and hosted Voice over […]

Primus Canada expands VoIP service area

Primus Canada today announced a major expansion of its Voice over Internet Protocol (VoIP) telephone services.

The company says its VoIP services are now available in an additional 240 exchanges across Canada, specifically in British Columbia, Alberta, Saskatchewan, Manitoba, Ontario and Quebec.

Ooma now offering VoIP service in Canada

Palo Alto based Ooma, Inc. said today it is offering VoIP (Voice over Internet Protocol) service in Canada to compete with the likes of MagicJack and Skype.

The company sells the Telo, a $230 black box that plugs into your home router and your and home phone, and like MagicJack or Skype lets you make VoIP phone calls free of charge to any phone in Canada. Voicemail, caller ID, call waiting are also included.

Comwave launches ePhone service for $20 per year

Comwave, which claims to be Canada’s largest Voice over IP (VoIP) provider, today announced ePhone, a web-based Flash video phone service which costs just $20 per year.

With the service, subscribers receive a phone number, unlimited incoming phone calls, unlimited calling to other ePhone subscribers, and up to 250 minutes per month which can be used to call locally or to almost 60 countries.

Teksavvy now offering VoIP service

Teksavvy, a popular third party internet access (TPIA) provider in Ontario, has recently introduced a new residential Voice Over Internet Protocol (VoIP) service called TekTalk.

Designed to compete with the likes of Vonage Canada, Skype, Primus Talkbroadband and Rogers Digital Phone, Teksavvy offers three levels of VoIP service: Basic, Premium and Unlimited.

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