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Discussion in 'Windows XP' started by QBA, Dec 19, 2001.

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  1. QBA

    QBA Thread Starter

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    Hi
    I called Aopen and a tech support guy from that company told me that with a Aopen 56K FM56.PM modem http://www.aopen.com/products/modem/fm56pm.htm and a cheap local dial up connection, I can use my regular phone to make long distance phone calls through the internet.

    So I could have my high speed cable connection to use the Internet and a cheap local 56k connection to make long distance phone calls that at the end will be cheaper than paying for my big long distance phone bill. I don't really know if what he said is possible.
    Can use my regular phone to make long distance phone calls with this Aopen modem 56K FM56.PM http://www.aopen.com/products/modem/fm56pm.htm through the internet, using a dial up connection?
    Thanks

    Alex
     
  2. Rockn

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    Yep....you can do it over a braodband connection and you don't even need the dial up connection. The sound quality isn't the best but it works. Look up dialpad.com there are tons more out there too.
     
  3. QBA

    QBA Thread Starter

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    Rockn I used Dialpad for 1 year to call free to USA but now you have to pay for that service, and for what I understand is not such a company out there giving free PC to phone service.

    Let me know of one of those tons that you know bro, because it will really help me out and I have search the net since dialpad start to charge for their service and I haven't found nothing.

    Alex :)
     
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