[clug] VOIP handset phones for home

Adam Baxter voltagex at voltagex.org
Tue Sep 4 02:08:58 MDT 2012

There is also the possibility of using an Android smartphone as a
handset. The builtin SIP support is a little wonky but there are apps
for that. Your VoIP provider of choice may have one or I think the one
I've used is called SipPhone.


On 3 September 2012 23:02, Paul Wayper <paulway at mabula.net> wrote:
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> Hi all,
> There's got to be a few people using VOIP handsets at home.  My analogue phone
> just died and I decided "why not get a networked one?"  But I don't really
> want an office phone, and I don't really want one that has to boot up off a
> BootP server and requires massive twiddling of firmwares and XML configuration
> files in order to work (you can tell I've had to do a bit with the Polycoms at
> work).
> Any recommendations?
> Have fun,
> Paul
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