Gizmo Goes Business Class

3 thoughts on “Gizmo Goes Business Class”

  1. I have used the Gizmo Project in conjuction with a free online digital pbx service (pbxes.com) to make near-free worldwide calls on my nokia e61 SIP protocol. i can tell you for certain that will be the wave of the near-future in mobile device telephony. For calls that i used to pay $1 per minute (internationally) i now just have to find a WiFi point and make the same SIP VoIP call for 4-9 cents using the pbxes and gizmo project!

  2. I have used the Gizmo Project in conjuction with a free online digital pbx service (pbxes.com) to make near-free worldwide calls on my nokia e61 SIP protocol. i can tell you for certain that will be the wave of the near-future in mobile device telephony. For calls that i used to pay $1 per minute (internationally) i now just have to find a WiFi point and make the same SIP VoIP call for 1-9 cents using the pbxes and gizmo project!

  3. The thing that Gizmo, nor anyone else has made much light of, is that it is a Jabber client. What this means is that the client can be used to chat voice with GoogleTalk Users and other Jabber-based VOIP solutions.

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