A blog on Information Security Leadership, primarily targeting decision makers. Common topics include discussion of current cybersecurity events, as seen from the perspective of applied cryptography, enterprise architecture, risk management and privacy.
Monday, May 28, 2007
I recently signed up for the voice-over-IP service of Call Centric. I was looking for a VoIP provider that would not cost much, did not require any long-term commitments, provides a good audio quality, and works using the SIP-protocol. The provider that I am looking for needed to support incoming calls to a US-number and outgoing voice calls to VoIP as well as non-VoIP numbers, using caller ID of the incoming US-number. In addition, I wanted voicemail, and the possibility to save voicemail to local files. Call Centric offers all of this, and more.
In combination with the X-Lite soft phone, I have found what I am looking for.