Re: Jaws accessible VOIP service/desktop client
HI Chris,toggle quoted messageShow quoted text
So which accessible VoIP service do you suggest one look into?
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Sent: Sunday, June 26, 2016 4:37 PM
Subject: Re: [TechTalk] Jaws accessible VOIP service/desktop client
Expresstalk from nch is accessible.
The issue I had with it was the lag. I couldn't ever get it to work
acceptably, the lag was quite bad.
The product is very accessible though.
Tried it with two voip services.
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Sent: Friday, Jun 24, 2016 5:26:22 PM EST
Subject: [TechTalk] Jaws accessible VOIP service/desktop client
I’m in search of an accessible VOIP desktop client with Jaws as it is
the screen reader I’m using.
I’m currently using Skype and a Skype telephone number. My subscription
comes due in a few weeks and before I renew for another year, I wanted
to see if there was perhaps another option out there that is equal to or
more accessible than skype. I know there’s Vonage and I guess MagicJack
and grasshopper, but I’m also looking for something that I can use to
take and receive calls on a computer with all the regular functions like
call waiting, forwarding, voicemail, etc.
I’m a big time Google Voice user, but the one drawback is that there’s
no real way to easily answer/make calls from the computer with
GV/Hangouts and Jaws. I currently have my GV business line forward to
my Skype number where I can then manage incoming/outgoing calls.
Free or Paid is fine. I’m just looking for something that is reliable
Any suggestions would be appreciated.