Advanced VoIP: Making and Receiving Landline Calls on a Mac

In the last article on VoIP (Voice over Internet Protocol) I looked at how easy it is to set up a normal “land-line” telephone number using a SIP provider together with a fantastic, lightweight app—Telephone—from the Mac App Store.

In this article, I’ll examine the Telephone app. I’ll cover how to customise it, how to improve the quality of calls, how to assert a different geographic presence and how to reduce telephony costs.

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Back to the Mac Podcast, Episode 10

 

Back to the Mac Podcast, Episode 10

This podcast was a collaboration with Dr Richard Harkness. It was the tenth podcast that I recorded and edited for publication by Alex Arena.

Back to the Mac, or BTTM, ran for a total of 26 episodes, most of which have been lost to internet history. It was good fun whilst it lasted and we had an average five-star review from seven listeners. I’m not sure how many more we reached.

I rescued this episode from an old, portable hard drive.

Back to the Mac Podcast, Episode 9

 

Back to the Mac Podcast, Episode 9

This podcast was a collaboration with Dr Richard Harkness. It was the ninth podcast that I recorded and edited for publication by Alex Arena.

Back to the Mac, or BTTM, ran for a total of 26 episodes, most of which have been lost to internet history. It was good fun whilst it lasted and we had an average five-star review from seven listeners. I’m not sure how many more we reached.

I rescued this episode from an old, portable hard drive.

Back to the Mac Podcast, Episode 8

 

Back to the Mac Podcast, Episode 8

This podcast was a collaboration with Dr Richard Harkness. It was the eighth podcast that I recorded and edited for publication by Alex Arena.

Back to the Mac, or BTTM, ran for a total of 26 episodes, most of which have been lost to internet history. It was good fun whilst it lasted and we had an average five-star review from seven listeners. I’m not sure how many more we reached.

I rescued this episode from an old, portable hard drive.