Make VoIP calls on Gingerbread

Lifehacker has just produced a useful guide to making VoIP calls on the Android 2.3 smartphone, an OS otherwise known as Gingerbread.

The service uses SIP trunking and Voice over Internet Protocol and works without the use of any 3rd party apps. Therefore you can make low cost calls over your own data network.

Commenters had a few things to say. For instance Gingerbread appears to offer calls to/from other SIP accounts without ringing the actual phone numbers. Therefore you can only make calls to other SIP accounts not to landlines via that SIP account.

Another said that Droid X did not have the right features for this to work. Yet more people wanted to know if the VoIP calls were compatible with Google Voice.

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