I know a little about VOIP so please bear with me on this <g>
I know of services like Vonage that use an adapter - plug the ethernet into the box and it has an rj11 for a regular phone.
Then there are services that use a 'VOIP phone' like the grandstream GXP2130. Is there a word or phrase that distinguishes these 2 type of services?
or most any service can use both - the adapter or voip phone?
And specifically, i have a spare GXP2130 phone. I'd like to know if I can set that up to make & receive calls using google voice?
or are there other free / very cheap services? I don't care about reliability really. if its down for hours at a time not a big deal. not looking to port a number to the service. Just have another line / experiment with this gxp2130