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Can USB phone and MSN get out onto PSTN?
My kids are MSN-mad, they seem to be fine having video calls with their
friends (other MSN users) with webcam and headset.
Can I extend this by getting them USB phones, I mean I don't know much about
MSN and their site doesn't really say. Does MSN have Skype-like features
where you can basically use as an outgoing/incoming voice call gateway? If
so this could be the answer to getting kids their own landline phone numbers
so they don't hog ours all the time.
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