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    linuxoidoz NNTP User

    Default Best VoIP application

    I'm currently using Ekiga but was wondering if you know of any better
    SIP telephone app which by features could be comparable to Skype? Ekiga
    just does the job and does it well but is limited in features.

    I can only think of Qutecom, but it's so fresh and buggy and its sound
    quality is just beyond awful.

    Has anyone managed to configure KCall? I wanted to give it a try but
    can't figure out how to set it up. It uses some Decibel, but is there a
    GUI or something to configure it?

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    caf4926 NNTP User

    Default Re: Best VoIP application

    VoIP is far more than just an application. I use VoIP all the time but
    don't have any software in use at all. I use a VoIP service like skype
    (voipcheap) and just use a regular telephone which is plugged in to a
    SIP gateway.

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