Gizmo Project Will Make Web Calling Easy

15 thoughts on “Gizmo Project Will Make Web Calling Easy”

  1. This space is getting very crowded, very fast. I posted about Jajah the other day and within a couple hours, numerous competitors were touting their services.

    It will be interesting to watch the development of this space and observe which start-ups (and features) emerge from the crowd.

    Cheers,
    Aidan

  2. I’ve used something similar on ekit.com. The control panel looks similar to Skype, but you don’t need to install anything on your computer. You’ll need a headset with a microphone, Though. The system only works for fixed line or mobile numbers, there is no instant messaging available.

  3. Sounds great – however.

    Now that Google has opened up its Jingle protocol, that is much more efficient than SIP, I am hoping that Gizmo will support both SIP and Jingle protocols.

  4. My provider in the Netherlands, xs4all, has the same offering (tho only for IE browsers). What I really like about that is that it’s integrated in your bill: no need to start another account with the hassle and costs of upping your credit: it’s just put on your next billing statement.
    For me personally, I have been looking into many VoIP solutions, but as long as calling to a dutch cellphone is never cheaper than with my own cellphone, there isn’t that much use for it, as those are the most calls I make. Jahja is nice, if you have a lot of international calls, but without those, it’s not much use.

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