IP telephony without a computer

CallDialler’s magicphone is one of the hottest products at Gitex 2003. The internet protocol (IP) desktop phone incorporates ergonomic design, ease-of-use functionality and the power of IP telephony on the desktop.

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By  Neil Denslow Published  October 16, 2003

CallDialler’s magicphone is one of the hottest products at Gitex 2003. The internet protocol (IP) desktop phone incorporates ergonomic design, ease-of-use functionality and the power of IP telephony on the desktop. Users will be able to place international calls at costs starting from just 1 cent per minute with no drop in quality compared to regular telephones.

The phone greatly eases access to the internet for IP telephony, as it has a built-in modem. This means there is no need for the phone to be connected to a computer. The MagicPhone can also be connected to an IP LAN through an RG45 connection. As a third alternative, the phone can be used like a regular telephone by connecting it to the local PSTN.

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