Stanford student Megan Zoback, a one-time intern for Jaxtr, is spreading the word about the company's effort to bring online calling into the MySpace.com era--with no need to download software. CNET News.com's Neha Tiwari listens in on Zoback's primer. (Note: Zoback currently has no formal relation with the VoIP company and has not been compensated for her use of the free service.) \r\n\r\n
Jaxtr now has a way to let you site's visitors hear your voice before they send you a message.
New Jaxtr service lets people make free or low-cost international phone calls without and Internet connection.
Want to get free international calling? Jaxtr now offers such a thing, though both you and the person you're calling need to be registered with the service.
No longer limited to calling other Jaxtr users, the service is taking cue from Skype for its revenue strategy.
I am sure there are a whole lot of people who will love this new social network / chat line. I am not one of them.
A new click-to-call service launching soon gives the person being called a lot of control over who can reach them.
Jaxtr is the latest in a new crop of VoIP start-ups that is attracting venture capital.
Telecommunications giant, competing with VoIP providers, introduces an international calling plan, for wired and wireless phones, at $4.99 a month.
Ever wanted to give someone your number without actually giving them your digits? LetsCallMe lets you do it, complete with vanity URLs.