As a Google Talk user you can use our voip gateway to receive incoming calls from SIP network, i.e. SIP complient phone, gateway or other device. You can do it following these steps:
Step 1. Subscribe to the service in one of the possible ways:
- 1st Way. Open your GoogleTalk and invite new recipient whose user id is .
- 2nd Way. Go to the main page of this site and submit your user id by pressing "Invite" button, then accept invitation from .
Step 2. To make SIP calls to Google Talk your participants must replace a domain part of your GoogleTalk ID with gtalk2voip.com while dialing. Example goes:
If you run a Google Talk as user ,
the SIP dialed number must be:
or sip: depending on SIP phone your participant is using.
Wait for incoming SIP call as a usual voice call by Google Talk user.
Step 3. When call arrives you will be displayed a message like:
service: Please, accept incoming call from SIP user
Incoming call from at 20:18
and your Google Talk will be ringing.
Step 4. When incoming call is accepted you will hear a calling user and may talk. A status message indicating this state also will be displayed, like:
service: Call established. Talking...
Step 5. When you drop the call or the remote party hangs up, a message like "Charged time: XX secs. Reason = EndedByLocalUser" is displayed to you. Reason is a sort of mnemo-code indicating what was the reason of call disconnection. EndedByLocalUser means that whas you who ended the call, Like in:
Call ended with at 20:19
service: Charched time: 19 secs. Reason = EndedByRemoteUser
- You have to keep your balance positive to be able to receive SIP calls.
- Billing is carried on per-second basis.
- This service is not expected to be used for emergency calls.
- This service currently is FREE of charge!
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