Has anybody used "Voice Guide" voice/modem software?

Has anybody used "Voice Guide" voice/modem software?

Post by Don Oras » Wed, 20 Nov 1996 04:00:00



Hi

I am thinking of purchasing this software and wondering if anyone has
tried it and what their thoughts were on it.  How does it compare to
other voice/modem software packages out there such as SuperVoice Pro?
Any responses would be appreciated.

thanks

Don Studio 1

 
 
 

1. FRAUD: Pegas.USB "voice" "actually "no voice" modem

USB modem sold often under the name of Wisecom says everywhere that it is a
voice modem. It says on the box, on sellers site and even in manual. Model
number is WS-5614UVS. That is a fraudulent statement.

Says based on SGS-Thomson chipset. That is now ST microelectronics. Uses 2
of their chipsets (ST7554 and ST7550). Modem distributor is a apparently
http://www.smlink.com. They apparently write the driver software (not
application software). It is then "branded" generically by more than 10
different vendors including Jaton USB communicator, Axtech, etc, etc and one
of them is sold under the name of Wisecom as above stated.

It is NOT a VOICE modem. Does not support AT# voice commands which is stated
in the manual that it does. If you type AT+FCLASS=? in a terminal program,
it will respond as 0,1 and not 0,1,8 (0 = data, 1 = fax, 8 = voice).

WHAT A FLAGRANT FRAUD AND MAKING FOOL OUT OF INNOCENT PEOPLE.

John Smith

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