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Gee, I'm actually in the market for a Totally FREE program that will pay my utility and morgage bills for FREE. The problem is that I'm not really certain one exists, Likewise, I have never heard of of a completely free phone client. Google is free within the states but not outside the country. What exactly makes you think this wonderful program exists? Now, you are kinda being a jerk. People are trying to help and you are throwing it back in their faces. Learn some manners.
Now Do you have one particular country or one particular location in mind. Or do you need to be able to speak to the world for free?
Voice over Ip is free with many protocols, but bridging the gap to a bell network, not to mention many bell networks will cost somebody.
frankbell, my unlimited shared broadband cost is very negligible, also is free at free Wi-Fi hot spot public areas. And calls onto landlines and mobiles around the globe are in huge amounts and expensive per every minute.
I am looking for audio codecs. Obviously, VoIP companies will not disclose the working algorithms and codes in SIP
As per PC-to-PC, then this is different level and not just within the same HTTP protocol.
I want to be able to jump communication protocol levels.
VoIP companies do it somehow, but even so you can see not every country even has VoIP providers.
I'd assume their telecom relies on analogue equipment there, I guess need the code to work with ATA