E164.org Launches Internet Telephony Service

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By evilbunny
from the free phone calls department, Section News
Posted on Sun May 30th, 2004 at 03:51:28 AM PST

So you’ve heard about this enum thing-a-majig and you’re dying to try it out but don’t have a spare linux box to throw a copy of Asterisk or SER up to abuse it to your hearts content! What’s a geek to do??

Well there’s finally a light at the end of the tunnel, E164.org presents Like2Fone.com, a simple yet effective SIP proxy service that’s capable of enum lookups from the e164.org zone. To make use of the service, all you need to do is bring a SIP software or hardware phone, make a couple of changes and off you go! It’s literally that simple!

Like2Fone.com isn’t like most other services out there on the net, when you go to sign up you won’t be issued yet another randomly allocated number, instead you’ll be able to verify your phone number and have that linked directly to your account.

We don’t think 100 different numbers for 100 different services is a very easy thing to keep track of. However E164.org makes it possible to track all those other numbers with a single number, and not a new number, but your existing phone number.


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