Xnet Communications on Monday announced the release of a public beta version of
Megafon, their Voice over IP (VoIP) software specifically designed for Mac users only. The company is offering Megafon for free until June 2007; then it will cost $79. Users can also buy a prepaid subscription now for $49.
Megafon enables users to talk with other Megafon users for free. But Megafon is designed to communicate with all devices on all platforms that use VoIP, not just Macs. Megafon users can also call mobile phones, land lines and more, and they can receive calls from normal telephones as well.
You can also create private telephone networks by using the option to add multiple Session Initiation Protocol (SIP) service providers. It also supports Virtual Private Network (VPN) software, for secure remote connections to a corporate network.
Megafon is offered as a Universal binary application that runs natively on Intel and PowerPC-based Macs.