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Old 11th August 2011, 11:34 AM
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Alternative VOIP for NYMGO in Fedora 14

Dear All,

Could you please suggest me any Good software as Alternate for Nymgo. As i use fedora 14 and only for nymgo, i have to log on to windows.

Nymgo is a software through which I can call home phone or mobile... it is just VOIP and not Video phone...

Also it is giving me much cheaper rate than Skype...

Regards.........
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Old 11th August 2011, 05:54 PM
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Re: Alternative VOIP for NYMGO in Fedora 14

You could install a SIP client like Ekiga, and configure it to connect to Nymgo using the SIP settings described in the FAQ.
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