9 thoughts on “Google(talks) to PSTN”

  1. It is sort of a drag that Splinter GTalk didn’t place an average cost rate on their website. It would have eased shopping for a low-cost VoIP service. But I suppose that so far I am happy with Skype 🙂

  2. Om, is this via formal partnership with Google, or just someone taking advantage of Google’s use of open standards? If the second, I think this is a more major story than you appear to be giving it credit for- presumably Google chose jabber as the base technology behind google talk in order to benefit from network effects around open standards, and this is the first example of that I’ve seen (if it is in fact the case.)

  3. Yeah I use gtalk2voip add they have been around longer makes we wonder if the posts here aren’t paid for and even gtalk2voip talks with windows live and any sip URI and vice versa

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  5. I’m sure this service is a private label (OEM)service from gtalk2voip.com. when you click service@splinter.net to call,you will see gtalk2voip.com as powered by gtalk2voip.com

    Splinter didnt realize this or have overlooked that customers will see this.

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