Software for Bridging Cell Phone Calls to VoIP Released

Arcosoft announces the release of VONaLink DialBridge. Directly making a long distance call from a cell phone, especially international, is so expensive that it is unthinkable. Services exist to enable someone to call a local access number, enter the destination number, and then be connected at a cheaper rate. The concept of DialBridge is similar, except that the DialBridge software runs on a home or office personal computer so that any VoIP service could be used, benefiting from the ultra-low cost for long distance VoIP. Tested VoIP providers include Vonage and Callcentric.

Caller authentication is by caller ID or password. Optionally, DialBridge could do a callback so that instead of a long outgoing call from a cell phone, the call is turned into an incoming call, allowing the unlimited incoming minutes of a cell phone plan to be used.

DialBridge runs on Windows Vista, XP Pro, 2003, and 2000. Priced at $29 USD, DialBridge is available now for evaluation download from

Posted on May 30, 2007  Reviews | Share |  Digg
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