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  1. Canadian VoIP Provider Launches Adapted Softphone for Consumers with Disabilities

    Industry News
    Earlier this week, babyTEL, a leading Canadian Voice over IP provider, showcased its adapted softphone for Canadians with disabilities at the International Society for Augmentative and Alternative Communication (ISAAC) 2016 Conference. According to babyTEL, the majority of current communication...
  2. Primus Expands VoIP Service Across Quebec and Ontario

    Industry News
    This week, Primus announced that it has further expanded its VoIP (Voice over Internet Protocol) footprint across Canada. It now offers national coverage to another 200,000 residences and businesses within small and mid-sized communities in Ontario and Quebec including Thunder Bay, Orangeville...
  3. Need advice on sip trunking

    VoIP Providers
    Hello, I work with a warehousing firm. We are using landline and cell services for communicating with our different warehouses and offices. There is a discussion going on to change our telecom network. The firm is considering sip trunking service for cutting down telecom cost. I know voip but...
  4. Help Me Build A Better Phone Plan In BC

    Internet, Landline and Wireless Phone
    I have been looking at my phone/Internet plan and thinking there has to be a lower cost way to do this. My wife and I both run businesses from home and I have Internet, 2 business phone lines and a distinctive ring (used for home phone) with them. The cost is: Internet (25) $84.95 Business...
  5. Yak Communications Named Best Home Phone Provider of 2015

    Industry News
    Earlier this year, Yak Communications was named "Best Home Phone Provider of 2015". The honour came from GoneVoIP.ca, an online platform that lists over 400 Voice over IP service providers and provides reviews from thousands of past and current users of VoIP services. The website serves as a...
  6. VoIP provider capable of porting Victoria numbers?

    VoIP Providers
    Any VoIP providers capable of porting Victoria numbers that are nice and cheap? Voip.ms can't, Fongo can't, it looks like Primus could but I don't want to spend that kind of money. I can get new numbers, but porting the old numbers it seems most can't. Tired of paying Shaw large amounts of...
  7. Vancouver's Teliphone Corp. Makes Two Key VoIP Acquisitions

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    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...
  8. VOIP and QoS

    VoIP Providers
    I am using Nettalk with the Bell Turbo Hub. The Hub does not have QoS enabled by default. Should this be enabled and are there then optimal settings which need to be selected/entered?
  9. Vonage Mobile launches with free Canada and U.S. calling for a limited time

    Internet, Landline and Wireless Phone
    http://www.vonagemobile.com THE VONAGE MOBILE® APP Talk and Text for FREE, Worldwide! Introducing the Vonage Mobile® app, a new Android™ and iPhone® app that lets you make FREE high-def calls and send FREE texts to anyone who has the app worldwide. And you also get amazing savings on...
  10. Dell Voice in Canada (now called Fongo)

    VoIP Providers
    Dell appears to be offering, for free, something similar to Google Voice. However it includes a personal Canadian phone number and a wide range of free calling, voice mail and forwarding options. Available on PC, IPhone/pad and Android platforms with Blackberry coming soon. Just wondering if...
  11. Question Regarding setting up VOIP (Currently with Rogers)

    Internet, Landline and Wireless Phone
    Hi There, I usually can find my answer by searching on this forum and/or Google to most of my questions. This is my first post asking for help as I am trying to figure things out. I am on the verge of moving to VOIP. I live in a condo and when I moved in I had no choice but to go with rogers...
  12. Primus Canada expands VoIP service area

    VoIP Providers
    Primus Canada today announced a major expansion of the area served by 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...
  13. Primus Canada expands VoIP service area

    Industry News
    Primus Canada today announced a major expansion of the area served by 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...
  14. Ooma now offering VoIP service in Canada

    Industry News
    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 Plus and Skype. The company sells the Telo, a $230 black box that plugs into your home router and your and home phone, and like its competitors lets...
  15. Ooma VoIP service

    VoIP Providers
    Ooma, Inc. said today it is offering VoIP service in Canada. The Ooma Telo plugs ($230) into a high-speed Internet connection and existing home phone to for phone calls and bundled features including voicemail, caller ID, call waiting and 911 service. Customers who select the optional Ooma...
  16. Google pulls Voice from Apple App Store due to crashes on iOS 5

    Smartphone/Tablet (Android, Blackberry & iOS)
    Google has taken its Voice app down from the iPhone and iPad App Store after numerous customers who upgraded to iOS 5 reported repeated application crashes. Google Voice Product Manager Vincent Paquet told users late last week that the company has "found the sign in bug and have come up with a...
  17. Best Internet provider for doing VoIP?

    VoIP Providers
    Which ISP / technology will give me the best, most reliable, VoIP experience? I believe that I won't need high-bandwidth, but will need low latency and good consistency. I'm in Etobicoke and I know that my options include cable from TekSavvy or Rogers and Bell DSL. I probably wouldn't go with...
  18. Cell phone as IP phone

    VoIP Providers
    Hi all, Sorry if this isn't posted in the proper forum, none of the others seemed to fit either. I'm thinking of switching my landline from RHP to voip.ms. Looking at the (potential) savings, got me thinking if I could do something similar with my mobile phone. My idea would be to use a...
  19. Comwave launches ePhone service for $20 per year

    Industry News
    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...
  20. Comwave launches ePhone service for $20 per year

    VoIP Providers
    Comwave 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...
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