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New \'softphone\' for VOIP calls: VoiceStick

updated 01:25 pm EST, Mon November 7, 2005

VoiceStick for Mac OS X

today launched the Mac version of its VoiceStick portable VoIP softphone. The software provides a desktop application that enables users to leverage the company's low-cost, long-distance VOIP telephone service. The service, which requires an internet connection and compatible Mac, enables users to make calls from anywhere to anywhere. The Mac version of VoiceStick will run on Mac OS X Panther or Tiger and includes all the features packaged with the Windows version. In addition, the service allows users to extend the cost savings associated with VOIP to any cell phone. Plans for calling within US and Canada start at $1 per month, while unlimited US/Canada and global callings plans are $20 and $25, respectively. The software is available for free from the company's website.

by MacNN Staff





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