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Thanks, Andy for mentioning AIM Call Out which is in a very early soft launch. This new feature of AIM builds upon the free PC to PC calling that is built in to AIM, adding low-cost, pay-as-you-go international calling both through softphone and "Web Connect" using two phones.
All of this is built in-house by the AOL Voice team. Folks can check it out at http://call.aim.com
David Trueman |
October 29, 2007 at 06:50 AM
Andy, just to clarify some information in your blog....AIM Call Out isn't a private label version of AIM Phoneline, it's a separate outbound-only product offering pay-as-you-go billing. It also includes a feature called WebConnect that allows you to bridge two PSTN lines (a la Jajah), plus many of the other AIM Phoneline features like full call logs, Address Book integration, click-to-call from your dashboard, etc.
Gavin Murphy |
October 29, 2007 at 03:55 AM
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