TELTUB Inc. introduced its revolutionary new service, gHome. gHome, reduces the cost of a home phone while adding unprecedented features to users' telephony experience. What’s impressive about TELTUB’s new product, gHome, is users gain the ability to incorporate their Google (News - Alert) Voice account into a home phone-line without needing any third part phone services.
In essence, gHome allows users to make Google their home phone company, benefiting from its great features for less than 20% of the other VoIP services' cost. Register on gHome and immediately import all your Google Voice account information with a one-click process. Users will have the choice of using their own standard VoIP adaptor or ordering a pre-configured one from TELTUB.
Not only do users have all the great features of Google Voice, but they can also benefit from gHome's unique features including:
* The ability to sign in gHome's website while on the call or after that to add pictures, documents, links and comments to the call. Furthermore, they will soon have the ability to share these objects with the person that they talk to in real-time.
* Users will always have access to their call records and their attachments. The history can be organized and indexed to help classifying and referring to past conversations or subjects.
* Users can access their account from Facebook or TELTUB's main site.
* Advanced users have access to conference rooms, conference bridges with more than one participant, and can moderate their conference in real-time online.
You can try gHome for free for one month, but after your free trial ends, you will have to pay only $5 per month, with absolutely no strings attached.
Charles West is a Web Editor for TMCnet. A self described music snob, realist and wreck-loose, Charles enjoys great Mexican food and even better technology. Prior to joining TMC (News - Alert) Charles worked with many gadget oriented sites that included running his own blog (TheTrendaholic.com) and Smartphone column for examiner.com. To read more of his articles, please visit his columnist page.
Edited by Charles West