Google Voice and VoIP adapter

After reading a review about a new VoIP service called gHome that allows you to use Google Voice without a computer, I was introduced to another product called the Obi110, created by Obihai Technology. This company is located near my home. For less than $50, you have a device that allows you to talk using Google Voice, including outgoing caller ID, and any other SIP/VoIP providers you choose to. Plus, it has a mobile (iPhone and Android support) and PC apps too.

I have used a number of these for the past three years in Mozambique, Vietnam, and different parts of the United States. Very flexible and dependable for me. It works well to use both an existing land-line (fixed) and two other “online, VOIP” voice providers.

What do you think of this devices/services? What device do you use that serve most of your communication needs?

Comments (3)

garden deckingMay 6th, 2011 at 6:02 am

Thanks for sharing the information.

Search For MissionMay 30th, 2011 at 2:50 pm

gHome has been working for almost a month now.  I use the VoIP credential provided by gHome and setup Express Talk softphone. It works well.  I am running on TDM’s DSL service at 128kbs.

The Obi110 is on it’s way.  I will test it at the end of June here in Mozambique and will report back to you my experience.

UPDATE: I was able to make and receive calls from Mozambique to the US with the Obi110 linked to my Google Voice account. The setup was easy using their web interface.

Service LocalOctober 10th, 2011 at 10:37 pm

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