In my experience ATA adapters have always given better quality voice than a
software solution.

P.

www.skyline-networks.com


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Subject: Re: [WISPA] ATA - SIP Adapters

It would be far cheaper to send them a "SET-UP" CD that includes copies 
of AVS anti-virus, Ad-aware, and other security software. And has a 
softphone client on the CD. Soft Phone can be pre-set.
CD would have to be autoplay with a GUI.

Tom DeReggi wrote:

> I think this would be a great sales pitch.
>
> Currently send a Linksys ($60) out with every new broadband subscriber 
> at install.
> Why not spend the $18 more and make it a VOIP linksys router with a 
> sticker on the top, plug in phone, goto www.getxxxx and instantly 
> activate voice service.
> It could be cheaper to always have the VOIP option sitting there and 
> ready than to market it later?
> (VOIP ATA/Router down to $78, this is super value hard to argue with)
> The only exception might be, I may not want to promote VOIP to all 
> customers, such as with low link quality.
>
> Tom DeReggi
> RapidDSL & Wireless, Inc
> IntAirNet- Fixed Wireless Broadband

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