QuteCom uses your broadband internet connection (DSL, Cable or WiFi) to provide telephony services. Call your friends, family, and colleagues anywhere, anytime, for free. Use video and chat features, also for free. QuteCom also offers low cost international rates (prepaid or unlimited) to land lines or mobile phones, and an SMS gateway service. The QuteComphone is an easy to use program, that enables you to call anyone, anywhere, anytime, for free. Its native use of the SIP protocol makes it interoperable with most on the known VoIP technologies. It already has built-in video capabilities, and is will offer many more features in the near future such as calling ordinary phones (land lines and mobiles) at very low prices, conference calls, user communities and innovative cellphone-based services. QuteCom is formerly known as both OpenWengo and WengoPhone.
released on 11 February 2009
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