[tor-talk] telephony after "just pay call" test

Poppa Jon yonsemite at gmail.com
Wed Mar 26 18:05:08 UTC 2014

Nathan, thank you, thank you! If you might say which, plumble sounds it, is
easier due to difficulty I've had with sip providers not providing free
instructions during sip configuring. I am an engineer and it follows that
your help could be very appreciated with either method of this selection,
ostel.co or plumble, recalling I don't have sip provider...not yet...
unless you consider vox mobile.Can you please recommend a provider
considering the cost and simplicity of provider if I'll need that (say, one
isn't automatically provided)? I've thought I'd find out your input to save
my reinventing the wheel! Could you also write, second in importance as
possibly, I think, it's only for someone who is in jail, what just pay
phone is about? Ciao!
Poppa Jon
On Mar 24, 2014 9:41 AM, "Nathan Freitas" <nathan at freitas.net> wrote:

> @Poppa Jon - ant questions about "just pay" app should be sent directly to
> me. It is not a VoIP app and has nothing to do with Tor.
> Otherwise, SIP signaling over Tor is definitely possible and works with
> our Ostel.co service today! The ZRTP media stream does not use Tor however
> since, for now, it is UDP. We are working on making it possible to force
> TCP for that as well, and supporting a Hidden Service VoIP system.
> Finally, the Plumble app for Android, supporting the Mumble push-to-talk
> system, now has Orbot and Tor support built in by default!
> On March 24, 2014 6:44:33 AM EDT, Rick Ross <rickross at privatdemail.net>
> wrote:
> >Hey,
> >for communicating securily check out this tutorial by the Guardian
> >Project:
> >https://guardianproject.info/howto/callsecurely/
> >However it won't allow you to phone numbers on the normal phone
> >network.
> >
> >
> >Am 24.03.14 03:32, schrieb Poppa Jon:
> >> Greetings! Can VoIP calls, eg., with (2014) majack (magic jack or mj
> >plu$),
> >> obi, ooma?, others or alternative be secure? It'd be wonderful to
> >provide
> >> clear and secure phoning (say, on android, iOS, unix, BB?, windows,
> >chrome
> >> and/or apple's os-s), especially at no cost or below rates of current
> >> providers. It'd support your org possibly too. I've thought of (apps
> >exist)
> >> encrypted voice and decoding on either end too. This earlier concept,
> >> secure communication over net, came as I examined just pay phone apk
> >and
> >> kept force closing upon "enter(ing) lawyer information" (phone
> >number) in
> >> English version with every ani (phone #) I could think of. Examples:
> >> +19876543210, 1987654321 or 9876543210 ! Can you write a version also
> >that
> >> uploads crash reports in shorter time periods than overnight? TY
> >
> >
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