I'm interested in how the adapter works. I tried looking for reviews and setup guides to no avail.
From my understanding, the adapter gives a regular phone the ability to be used on Skype. However I have a few questions regarding the adapter.
1. If you're only using a phone with a regular adapter, how do you dial your Skype contacts?
2. Will I still be able to connect my phone to a regular landline along with the adapter?
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1. You can configure your contacts as speed dials and dial them using preconfigured numbers, like *1, *2, *3
2. Yes the product will alow you to use your regular land line as well.
Hope it helps
Thanks! This helps with my decision greatly.
Would this be a better solution than the Dualphone RTX 3088? The adapter is cheaper at around $60. And I've read so many bad reviews here on the forum about the Dualphone.
In my personal opinion the adapter is a better option because it allows you to use your existing home phone. I was personally waiting for an ATA type of a product that does not require a computer for Skype calling for a long time. I have never used RTX so I can’t judge but I think this adapter is a more of a natural approach.
Let me know your calling experience whatever option you decide to take.
I recently came into the possession of two VOIP3212 phones. I might just use them as a landline phone with the Freetalk Connect*Me adapter since I don't want to keep my computer on all the time.
I am looking into skype as my home phone.
1.) Does your home computer have to be on all the time if you utilize this adapter?
2.) If I understand, a normal home phone will work with this adapter?