netTALK brings world’s first wireless VoIP device to Canada

With Christmas on its way, you may be wondering what to get for the traveler, the phone addict, or anyone you know who hates paying for long distance calls. The company that created the Duo, a low-cost device that allows users to make unlimited local and long-distance calls within Canada and North America for $30 per year has launched the world’s first wireless VoIP device, now available in Canada.

netTALK has launched the DUO WiFI for Canadian customers, which for $74.99 for the first year and $39.95 for subsequent years allows users to have the same affordable calling with crystal clear quality that the original DUO offers, but without the need to connect the device to a computer or wireless router.

The WiFi capabilities make this device perfect for use in hotel rooms, conference centers or even around the house.

I have used both the wireless and wired versions of the DUO, and was far more impressed by the versatility and call quality of the DUO WiFi. Without the risk of faulty wiring or a less-than-optimal connection to a modem or router, the DUO offers far more flexibility for a user in that you can pack of the pocket-sized device to travel with, taking your phone number with you and being able to hook any phone you’d like into it.

While it is certainly not a replacement for a mobile phone–as it doesn’t have email or data capabilities–it is a risk-free way to reduce telecom costs, particularly on long distance, and to ditch that landline phone once and for all.

The netTALK DUO WiFi is available for U.S. customers at http://netTALK.com and for Canadian customers at http://netTALK.ca.

 


Andrew Lawton is Landmark Report's founder and publisher and a North American radio and television personality. In addition to hosting The Andrew Lawton Show on AM980 in London, Ontario, he is also a contributor on Canada's Sun News Network. Andrew, the King of Canadian Social Media, tweets as @AndrewLawton.

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5 Responses to “netTALK brings world’s first wireless VoIP device to Canada”

  1. Waky says:

    I have been using NetTalk for a year in Canada and here is my review! I would NEVER recommend it. It’s unreliable for home or business use. The lines constantly dropping, no dial tones and you cannot dial 1-800 numbers. The is normal usage scenario of Duo, dial a number, no dial line, line drops wait, reset Duo, wait no dial-tone. Wait another 15 minutes no dial tone,4 hours no dial tone. I have called Tech support and they are lousiest in the U.S based in Miami.(we always bash India) Get ready to wait for 45 minutes to 1 hour to talk to first level support. Email response time is 4 days to 2 weeks or never!

    NetTalk duo is going down my garbage chute as I would not sell it to some poor suckers

    Too bad I can’t file a class action lawsuit for selling a defective product. Any pro bono lawyers out there. Product like this should not hit the market. It’s a Scam,

    Wasted $80..

    N.B If your gadget is defective get ready for big headaches

  2. Pimtim says:

    So far the worst product I have used, it does not work, terrible support, no feedback on email tickets, support people are first level most do not have basic 101 technical knowledge!. Only great thing NetTalk does is market a product that is not a product. BTW: If your Duo is defective and it’s your main source of telephony communication, you are basically screwed, they send you some UPS printouts by email to sent the gadget back. No response if they have received the gadget, no news. Just left in the dark for weeks. Two weeks went by in December and no news. Why can’t you return to the reseller in your city!

    Don’t purchase this product you will regret it!

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