OBi100 VoIP Telephone Adapter and Voice Service Bridge
- Make free calls on the OBiTALK Network - Connect to other OBi Devices or use the free OBiON for iPhone application or OBiAPP for your PC.
- OBi Calling Features: Caller ID, Call Forward, Anonymous Caller Blocking, Message Waiting Indication, Three Way Conference Calling
- OBiTALK Portal Features: Manage Your OBi, Connect to Your Friends' OBi Devices, Add Services, Download Apps for PC, Speed Dial Up to 99 OBi Endpoints or Phone Numbers
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OBi100VoIP Telephone Adapter& Voice Services Bridge
with SIP, Google Voice, OBiTALK& Telephone Interfaces
With the OBi100, you are in control of your digital & analog communications life. Via the OBi100's on-board connections as well as via the Internet to other OBi endpoints via Obihai's free OBiTALK network or up to two (2) available VoIP services, you have the power to bridge mobile, fixed line and Internet telephone services.
The OBi100 is a dedicated device, built witha high-performance system-on-a-chip platform to ensure high quality voiceconversations. The OBi100 hashigh availability and reliability because it is always-onto make or receive a call. With the OBi100, a computer is not required and a computer does not need to be on to talk to people. To get started, all you need is a phone, power and a connection to the Internet.
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This is the second one I buy. It is totally worth it, I use it with voip.ms and no complaints for years.
Most recent customer reviews
it worked sometimes but there were alot of error messages happening and i just gave up on using it and sold itPublished 2 months ago by Amazon Customer
SO this should've worked out really well, but any sort of internet usage would cause the phone line to lag and not work at all. Read morePublished on Feb. 11 2013 by Grant Rummel