PeerCall

PeerCall might be as first identified as Skype hardware equivalent. It is telephony based on a P2P environment. Built upon Mirrador chip technology, it allows users to place free calls anywhere in the world to anybody equipped with the same phone.

In October 2007 the Peercall server stopped to respond at logins. Their website PeerCall Web Site is down and no-one replys on questions sent via email.
According to a swedish reseller (Claes Ohlson) Peercall has gone bankrupt.

Since the Peercall telephones requires the Peercall server to operate, they can not be used.

Find out more about PeerCall on PeerCall Web Site

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PeerCall might be as first identified as Skype hardware equivalent. It is telephony based on a P2P environment. Built upon Mirrador chip technology, it allows users to place free calls anywhere in the world to anybody equipped with the same phone.

In October 2007 the Peercall server stopped to respond at logins. Their website PeerCall Web Site is down and no-one replys on questions sent via email.
According to a swedish reseller (Claes Ohlson) Peercall has gone bankrupt.

Since the Peercall telephones requires the Peercall server to operate, they can not be used.

Find out more about PeerCall on PeerCall Web Site

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Created by: durumpoulet, Last modification: Wed 21 of Nov, 2007 (19:55 UTC) by Peter_sthlm
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